Raised from a long line of Alaskans and Poineers, Scott Slone was born in Anchorage Alaska November 24, 1968, which is still his home. Slone is a perpetual apprentice in all things digital media that spans two decades, which is a remarkable testament to the demand of his expertise.

Scott stepped onto the world stage through a pioneering digital media organization Alaska HDTV. Delivering to millions around the world, Alaska HDTV was Alaska’s first and most viewed digital channel featuring Alaska’s landscape, wildlife and people. In tandem, conservation of Alaska’s wildlife and wild places was a vital part of his production messaging, and coined the popular phrase “Keeping Alaska Wild”.

Slone is sought after by international production houses like Pangolin Pictures, SPIEGEL TV, 44 Blue, NatGeo Wild, Discovery Channel, Travel Channel, History Channel to name a few.

Conservation and celebration of our wild places remains at the heart of what Scott does. He continues to support conservation of Alaska’s wild places by contributing his work local conservation and preservation organizations.

Scott Slone has been sponsored by Audubon Society, Canada Goose, Alaska Airlines, and Bank of America in connecting their brand to wild places and culture.

Scott Slone

Photo credit: Albert Marquez / DiscoverAk.com

The Artist March 20, 2016