Fred Scruton travels extensively throughout the U.S. to document visionary artists and art environments. After receiving an MFA in photography from Pratt Institute in 1982, he worked for twenty years as a freelance photographer of artwork and architecture in New York City, and he is currently a professor of art in northwestern Pennsylvania. Widely exhibited, his work has also been reproduced in numerous books and periodicals, and he has written five articles for Raw Vision magazine. Often befriending the artists, he makes frequent return visits to those who live near his home and yearly road trips to document the evolution of more distant sites.