Blayne Ross

Blayne Ross is a creative entrepreneur, experience designer and producer known for award winning experiences, environments and content that sparks meaningful connections.

He began his career in the entertainment industry in 2001 and quickly found a home working on the Emmy nominated HBO series Six Feet Under at the Greenblatt Janollari Studio. With a passion for complex stories that influence culture, Blayne became a Creative Executive in Original Programming for the Showtime Network, where he supervised "hit" series such as The L Word and Queer As Folk. He also helped develop the critically acclaimed, Peabody award winning political drama Brotherhood. Embracing his love of design and inspired physical environments, Blayne left Los Angeles for New York City to found a Design-Build shop, The Argyle Group. There, Blayne provided an end-to-end solution including architecture, interior design and construction services for clientele ranging from the Hamptons to Hawaii. Currently, Blayne is a partner in a luxury lifestyle property development company that offers turn key, furnished custom homes and working as an interior designer in New York City.

A triathlete, Blayne currently resides in New York City with a B.A in Advertising from the University of Florida and a Business Administration Concentration.