Ross Phillips

Multimedia Designer

Ross Phillips joined SHOWstudio.com in 2003 as Head of Interactive, later becoming Creative Technical Director and finally Creative Director before his departure in 2010. After completing a BA in Time-Based Media at UWE Bristol, he immediately went to work with designer Malcolm Garrett at AMX, specialising in enhanced CDs, viral games, mobile content delivery and Interactive TV. Clients included Virgin, EMI, Channel 4, Barclays and D&AD. Sponsored by AMX, Phillips completed an MA in Hypermedia at Westminster before moving to Treviso, Italy to work at Fabrica, Benetton's Communication Research Center. Working with Andy Cameron, Phillips produced interactive installations for Benetton Megastores; this work can still be seen in locations including London, Tokyo, Shanghai, Lisbon and Milan. Notable projects include: IN/OUT, a CD-ROM of sound toys published by Benetton; UNITED PEOPLE, a kiosk that allows users from all over the world to send and receive video messages from a Benetton store, and a four-month exhibition entitled DARE, at the Museum of the Moving Image, New York.

During his time at SHOWstudio.com, Phillips worked on online and location based installations, including Taking Liberty's, an installation in the window of Liberty, Regent St, and Tokyo Style Clash, based at the Beams Superstore in Tokyo. Recent work includes two projects in the 4th Seoul International Media Art Biennale and three interactives in the Science Museum exhibition, The Science of Spying. He was nominated in the interactive category of the Designs Museum's Designs of the Year 2008 award and showed work as part of Design Cities at the Istanbul Modern in 2009.

Following his time at SHOWstudio, he worked on a range of commercial and artistic commissions including site-specific installations for Nokia and Jimmy Choo, Mirror Mirror with SHOWstudio.com for Topshop, and Read Aloud at the National Media Museum. He also carried out work for Mulberry and Selfridges, where he worked on the refit of their womenswear department alongside directional audio signage, interactive windows, treatments for online campaigns and an exploration of how Selfridges should be using digital to engage customers both on and offline. He also had work included in the 2009 Decode show at the V&A Museum in London.

Phillips formerly headed up the digital offer at Dalziel & Pow, working with his team to create engaging, playful and practical solutions for brands. He recently joined startup SPYSCAPE as Creative Director.

Ross Phillips joined SHOWstudio.com in 2003 as Head of Interactive, later becoming Creative Technical Director and finally Creative Director before his departure in 2010. After completing a BA in Time-Based Media at UWE Bristol, he immediately went to work with designer Malcolm Garrett at AMX, specialising in enhanced CDs, viral games, mobile content delivery and Interactive TV. Clients included Virgin, EMI, Channel 4, Barclays and D&AD. Sponsored by AMX, Phillips completed an MA in Hypermedia at Westminster before moving to Treviso, Italy to work at Fabrica, Benetton's Communication Research Center. Working with Andy Cameron, Phillips produced interactive installations for Benetton Megastores; this work can still be seen in locations including London, Tokyo, Shanghai, Lisbon and Milan. Notable projects include: IN/OUT, a CD-ROM of sound toys published by Benetton; UNITED PEOPLE, a kiosk that allows users from all over the world to send and receive video messages from a Benetton store, and a four-month exhibition entitled DARE, at the Museum of the Moving Image, New York.

During his time at SHOWstudio.com, Phillips worked on online and location based installations, including Taking Liberty's, an installation in the window of Liberty, Regent St, and Tokyo Style Clash, based at the Beams Superstore in Tokyo. Recent work includes two projects in the 4th Seoul International Media Art Biennale and three interactives in the Science Museum exhibition, The Science of Spying. He was nominated in the interactive category of the Designs Museum's Designs of the Year 2008 award and showed work as part of Design Cities at the Istanbul Modern in 2009.

Following his time at SHOWstudio, he worked on a range of commercial and artistic commissions including site-specific installations for Nokia and Jimmy Choo, Mirror Mirror with SHOWstudio.com for Topshop, and Read Aloud at the National Media Museum. He also carried out work for Mulberry and Selfridges, where he worked on the refit of their womenswear department alongside directional audio signage, interactive windows, treatments for online campaigns and an exploration of how Selfridges should be using digital to engage customers both on and offline. He also had work included in the 2009 Decode show at the V&A Museum in London.

Phillips formerly headed up the digital offer at Dalziel & Pow, working with his team to create engaging, playful and practical solutions for brands. He recently joined startup SPYSCAPE as Creative Director.

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