RPS gets a new President

12200930499?profile=originalAfter the appointment of a new Director-General a few weeks ago, the Royal Photographic Society has today announced its new President. 

Roy Robertson, its first Scottish president since the Earl of Crawford in 1897, resides in Newport-on-Tay and will be replacing Rosemary Wilman at the helm of this 158-year-old institution. He will hold the position until 2013. Robertson's photographic interests include documentary, contemporary and landscape photography.

The full news article can be found here.


Photo: Copyright Robert Gates

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