Scott Slocum in his A-36 Bonanza, photo by Kevin Hong

Meet Paul “Scott” Slocum

A frustrated artist, photography turned into the outlet he was searching for since taking all of those art classes, drawing airplanes as a kid.

His love of aviation and warbirds goes back to attending CAF air shows when young watching B-17’s and Mustangs in the skies of Harlingen Texas.

After 22 years in the graphics business, starting out as a camera technician in 1982 and finally to COO of a full digital production house, he retired in 2004 and purchased a small aviation magazine franchise. He started shooting for the magazine and developed a knack and love for Air-to-Air photography that he continues today, shooting and writing for many different magazines and clients with over 50 covers to date.Scott SlocumScott Slocum, photo by Jim Froneberger

Scott started flying when he was 19 and has about 2,500 hours. He owns a Beech A-36 Bonanza.

A native Texan, “Scott” lives in Dallas with wife Katherine and daughter Taylor.

Interests:

Real estate investing
Flying
Photography
Drums
Sail boat racing
Muscle cars

Home Base – Dallas Texas
Operation – North America
Equipment – Nikon, Kenyon, Canon Video

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