The Silent Treatment is a pitch document writing and designing service offered to film directors, commercial directors, production companies, advertising agencies and those who just want to present their idea in the most impressive way possible. Our team of writers, story-boarders and graphic designers hail from various industries with over 100 combined years of experience in advertising and film production. We are here to take your ideas, raw or formed, and transform them into impeccably written, coherently crafted and beautifully presented treatments, pitch documents, briefs and decks. Our skill is in capturing your voice, so that the end-reader is completely unaware of our involvement, meaning you have more time to do… anything else. We are a passionate team of document creators that are here to work with you and your idea.
Ross is an actor and writer from Dublin, Ireland. He earned a BA in English and Drama in UCD, where he was an Ad Astra performing arts scholar, before training as an actor in The Lir, Trinity College Dublin gaining a BA in acting.
As an actor Ross has appeared with many of the leading theatre and film companies in the country. Ross is also a leading voice-over actor, working with many television programmes and brands.
As a writer, Ross wrote the runaway Fringe 2013 hit 'Dinner and A Show' with Neil Watkins, 'Whichever1UFeed' with Neil Watkins and James O'Driscoll, and his one-man play, the critically acclaimed 'I AM A BIRD NOW.'
Ross also works in advertising and television, with a number of projects currently in development.
"Gaynor performs his play himself and the performance is as sickeningly impressive as the writing...a truly marvelous piece of writing and the performance." - Emer O'Kelly, THE SUNDAY INDEPENDENT
"Gaynor's finely wrought monologue...which is never shy on vivid detail, is an equally poetic meditation on how bodies can be torn asunder...a play full of swift, involving ideas and deep personal feeling, describing how both societies and individuals might come together or fall apart. - Peter Crawley, THE IRISH TIMES