Performer and Collaborator - Untrained
In 2007 Ross complete his Bachelor of Fine Art at the Victorian College of the Arts with first class honours. In the same year his short film When Your Feet Don't Touch The Ground premiered at the Melbourne International Film Festival. He has exhibited numerous times in a variety of public spaces including the Institute of Contemporary Art in London, the Tweed River Regional Art Gallery, Federation Square Melbourne, Te Tuhi, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces as well as other local Artist Run Initiatives.
Ross has received several awards and grants, including the City of Melbourne Arts Project grant for 2009, the 2007 Orloff Family Charitable Trust Scholarship, the Alliance Française Award 2007, the National Gallery of Victoria Trustees Award in 2006, the Stella Dilger Encouragement Award in 2005 and in the same year was awarded "Best Video Art Work", sponsored by ACMI, in the VCA student exhibition "Proud". While working at Channel 31 in the mid 90s, he was awarded "Best TV Entertainment" three times for Richmond 3121 Oh! by the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia.