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The Royal Photographic Society presented two British curators and photo-historians with awards last night at a ceremony in London. Dr Sophie Gordon, Senior Curator of Photographs at Royal Collection Trust, received the Colin Ford Award which is given to honour an individual who has contributed in a major way to curatorship. She is shown, right, with Colin Ford CBE.
Terence Pepper OBE HonFRPS received the Society's Award for Outstanding Service to Photography. The award recognises major sustained, outstanding and influential contributions to the advancement of Photography and/or Imaging in their widest meanings. Pepper was Curator of Photographs from 1978 until 2014 at the National Portrait Gallery and is now Senior Special Advisor on Photographs at the Gallery. He is shown with his wofe and curatorial colleagues.
Read more here: http://www.rps.org/news/2014/september/rps-awards-2014
Images: © The Royal Photographic Society / Nick Scott Photography
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