Fred Scruton is a photographer, videographer, and writer based near Erie, PA. A native of the Buffalo, NY area, he worked as a full time free-lance photographer of artwork and architecture in New York City from the early 1980’s through 2003. This professional work has been widely published – including major art magazine covers and art books. In 2003, Fred moved to the Erie area and is currently a professor of art at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.
Fred’s personal work has been widely exhibited — including four times at OK Harris Gallery in New York City. He has also presented at INTUIT (The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art) in Chicago, and has had several recent photographs published in monographs and textbooks. His fourth feature article profile (on Juanita Leonard) is scheduled for publication in Raw Vision magazine in summer 2016. Three previous articles on Prophet Isaiah Robertson, Billy Tripp, and Cano Espinoza were published by Raw Vision starting in 2013.
|(Steve Kaselak’s Jellybeanville 2016)||(work of MT Liggett; Mullinville, KS 2010)|
Fred’s still photographs are taken with an 8×10 inch sheet film camera or a digital ‘SLR’ camera. Exhibition prints are available in 20×24, and 24×30 inch limited additions editions. Prints from the 8×10 film camera are also available in 30×40 inch limited editions.