Scott MacGregor is an Irish-American photographer and writer living in Lakewood, Ohio, USA. He has been traveling to Ireland for nearly 40 years to photograph the beauty of the Irish countryside and cultural sites.  Working in the challenging weather and lighting scenarios that Ireland is famous for, MacGregor has produced a body of work that portrays the Emerald Isle in all of its 'terrible beauty.'* His works have been displayed and published in several books and magazines and his, "Young Irish Girl in a Passing Window", can be found in the permanent collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art.

*Credit: W.B. Yeats - "Easter 1916" 

The photographer in 1981

The photographer in 1981