Harry Ross is an artist and producer with twenty-two years of experience leading festival curation and the production of ambitious projects for national institutions, experimental arts collectives and commercial ventures. His role in projects often spans concept development, research, partner engagement, direction and production delivery. He is currently a PhD candidate at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee, where he is researching the hagiography of the Highland Warrior, in an attempt to embody complexity in an age of polarisation and to propose new historiographies of ancestry and place.
Harry is also a published poet and opera librettist. His last opera, A Dream of Armageddon, was commissioned and premièred by New National Theater Tokyo, supported by the British Council.
In 2013, Harry and Helen presented "The Ballad Of Skinny Lattes And Vintage Clothing", a site-responsive look at gentrification in North Kensington in collaboration with the Neo-Futurist Collective. The following year they were invited to co-direct Kensington and Chelsea's InTRANSIT festival, commissioning art in unexpected places. In 2015, curator and local resident Tim Burke came to InTRANSIT with the Pavilion idea, which Harry and Helen supported and continue to take an active role in today.