Former Aberdeen art gallery boss killed in London crash By Andrew Clark April 10 2015, 4.12pm Share Former Aberdeen art gallery boss killed in London crash Share via Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Messenger Linkedin Email Post link https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/aberdeen-aberdeenshire/546322/former-aberdeen-art-gallery-boss-killed-london-crash/ Copy Link Moira Gemmill A former Aberdeen Art Gallery boss has been killed in a cycling crash in London. Moira Gemmill, a leading figure in the art and design world, was killed in an accident with a lorry in London yesterday. The 55-year-old had recently begun a new role as director of capital programmes at the Royal Collection Trust. In this position, she had been working on the delivery of major programmes at Windsor Castle and at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh. Ms Gemmill was cycling to her work at St James’s Palace in London when involved in yesterday’s accident at a dangerous road junction near Lambeth Bridge in Westminster. She was the fifth cyclist to be killed in a collision with a lorry in London so far this year.