Dick Ross is a lecturer in the use of story in documentary and film production. He worked for 15 years in the BBC as a journalist and documentary producer.Dick Ross, Provence 2008 Dick was born in New Zealand. He then worked as an editor for BBC in London from 1965 to 1980 in the current affairs, Nine O’Clock News and documentary departments. Around the same time, he began teaching art and film studies. In 1980 he became a full time professor at the Royal College of Art in London. In 1989 he became a co-chairman, with Director Milos Forman, of Columbia University of New York, then head of Tisch School of Arts, New York University. Since 1992 he is a visiting professor and freelancer lecturer for many film schools worldwide.He has taught the art of storytelling, along with screenwriting and script development at film academies in France, Sweden, Germany, Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, Turkey, Israel, Norway, Finland Cuba and Mexico.