There are always people in society who are visionaries and problem creators. Whether as scientist, engineer, artist or innovator, the creative process is always the same for each, from inspiration through to incubation and verification. Futurist thinking began around The Age of Enlightenment, with publication of Isaac Newton's 1687 ‘Principia Mathematica', one of the most important works in both physics and applied mathematics, but his deterministic world has given place to a Quantum World of Uncertainty. This series is an ongoing one in which I cast the Quantum light portraits of people I believe are enabling 21st Century Enlightenment: The Future Thinkers. The first is of Prof. Arthur I Miller who has been writing about the confluence of science and art and technology or SciArt movement, long before it was recognised as the new Avant Garde.