MEDIA RELEASE: Milton B. Taylor MPA, has been announced as a recipient of the Professional Photographers of Canada: Saskatchewan Fellowship Award.
November 2nd 2017 (Saskatoon, SK) For Immediate Release
“Whereas the Professional Photographers of Canada: Saskatchewan are desirous of recognizing those photographers in their midst who, over the years, have contributed to the growth of, and to the elevation of the status of, photography in Saskatchewan, and whose expertise and adherence to the highest ethical standards has been an inspiration to the Professional Photographers of Canada: Saskatchewan, and that everyone may know that they are so recognized by their colleagues, be it therefore resolved that the Professional Photographers of Canada: Saskatchewan do hereby agree to award those meritorious photographers with a Fellowship.“
The highest honour which can be bestowed upon a member of PPOC is that of Fellowship. To become a Fellow:
- Member nominated must be a member of the PPOC in good standing for a period of a minimum of at least 10 continuous years. Member nominated must have previously served on the Provincial Executive for a minimum of 1 term in any of the Executive Board positions.
- Member nominated must provide evidence of a combination of Community involvement and or providing or participating in ongoing education, if and when asked, unless provided by nominating member.
- Member nominated must have achieved an accreditation or equivalent.
- Members nominated must have achieved one of the following, their CPA, MPA, or SPA.
- Nominations with criteria proof must be sent to the current Provincial Executive Chair, who will acknowledge the Fellowship Award nomination.
The final decision on the Fellowship Award will be made by the current Provincial Executive of the day, or a sub-committee of members in good standing and chaired by a member of the current Executive. All decisions to award must be agreed upon unanimously.
Milton will be presented the award at the Annual Fall Convention at the Saskatoon Inn, Saskatoon on November 5th, 2017.
For more information, please contact the Imagery team.