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Roger Taylor, photo-historian, has been recognised in the 2020 Queen's birthday honours list with a MVO - Member of the Royal Victorian Order - for 'services to the Royal Collection'. Taylor's association with the collection started in the late 1970s with a project for World Microfilms, it developed in to a landmark exhibition with Frances Dimond, Crown and Camera which was shown at the Queens's Gallery in 1987.
Taylor was a curator at the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television from 1985-1996. His projects since then - in print, in public and online - have all been significant and continue to inform photographic scholarship.
and for a full biography: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Taylor_(photographic_historian)
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