Capturing Alaska Since 1976.
Welcome to Scott Slone Photography. As a native Alaskan and freelance travel and documentary photographer, I’ve had the privilege of traveling all over Alaska and beyond. Raised by a long line of Alaskans and pioneers, I find my inspiration in our legacy in the Last Frontier. Those that formed me are the ones I have met throughout my life in my travels and shared experiences.
Scott Slone has partnered with top adventure travel company Planet Earth Adventures, with the goal of using great adventure sites as premium classrooms for teaching photography. Together, we offer unique workshops of one or more days for all levels. We invite you to join us from Alaska, Oregon, the Smoky Mountains, to learn and take beautiful photos of our wild and natural landscapes. Visit our Photography Workshops.
Scott has over twenty years of experience in adventure travel, documentaries, and human interest films. Born and raised in Alaska, I come from a long line of Alaskans, and I’ve harnessed my local knowledge to support production companies worldwide. Local knowledge means knowing our surroundings, sights, sounds, people, landscapes, and wildlife, which provides an excellent opportunity for efficient production locations, budgets, and schedules.
After two decades of working in the outdoor industry in guiding, film, and photography, I developed a strong skillset that allowed me to work with incredible organizations and creative teams.
Clients include Audubon Society, Canada Goose, Alaska Airlines, Bank of America, and Sony, connecting their brand to wild places and cultures. Also, film Production for Spiegel, 44 Blue, History Channel, National Geographic, and Lion Entertainment, to name a few.
My production experience covers the gamut of location scouting and permitting to travel logistics. I’ve successfully worked with on-camera talent, mediating between the subject and the production crew or director. Unfortunately, Alaska is not an easily accessible destination to film or photograph, and working with a subject can be even more tricky when it comes to trusting an individual’s story.