Ross Lowe hasn't always been a copywriter, but he's always written. Inspired at an early age by the works of Roald Dahl, Douglas Adams, Eagle Comic and the Peter and Jane books, Ross has never been far from a biro or keyboard.
Professionally, Ross has worked in a number of sectors and disciplines that include teaching and the airline industry. In 2006 things took a very creative turn and he spent almost five years in London working in television production helping to create programmes for BBC1, BBC2, BBC4, Channel 5, the Good Food Channel and National Geographic. Credits include Crimewatch, Escape To The Country, The One Show, Watchdog, Rogue Traders, Hospital Heroes, Bill Granger's Tasty Weekends, Car SOS and Regimental Stories. Following this Ross worked in web design as a copywriter before deciding to take the plunge and go solo.
Originally from Derbyshire, Ross has returned to his roots and when not at his desk can either be found yomping through the Peak District in a ridiculous pair of socks, riding his bicycle in a ridiculous pair of shorts or cheering on his beloved Derby County FC in a ridiculous waste of time and money. He is also heavily involved in local theatre as a producer, director and performer.
Ross is also the Chief Editor and co-founder of the theatre website Downstage Centre
which promotes and supports the local and regional theatre scene in the UK.
(Be sure to check it out - it's really rather good)