"Lucid observations, smart conceits and insight into the contemporary world as a fragmented, self-constructed thing." - The Independent
Ross Sutherland was born in Edinburgh in 1979. He writes for film, radio and stage. His one-man show Stand by For Tape Back Up, was nominated for the 2015 Art Foundation Award for Spoken Word. His film adaptation of the same show was awarded the Grand Jury prize for Experimental Film at BAFICI in Argentina, and the Runner-Up Audience Prize at Fantastic Fest in Austin TX. Ross is a regular contributor to Radio 4's Short Cuts programme, and the producer of the Imaginary Advice storytelling podcast.
Ross also has four collections of poetry published by London press Penned in the Margins. He runs poetry-writing workshops with students of all ages, working with organisations including The Poetry Society, International PEN, National Portrait Gallery and London Science Museum. You can read his poetry online at the Poetry Archive.
For more information, contact Ross here.