Graham Banks, a Kent resident has been awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society.
Founded in 1853, The Royal Photographic Society promotes ‘the Art and Science of Photography’
The highest of the society’s accolades, the distinction of a Fellowship is awarded to professionals who produce original work and demonstrate outstanding ability in their specialist field. A renowned Director of Photography, Graham Banks has worked on numerous television programmes including Touchwood, Lovejoy and The Fast Show.
Graham was awarded a certificate from the President of the Society and is able to use the letters FRPS (Fellow of The Royal Photographic Society) after his name.
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