Michael Frohne both pilot and photographer followed in his father's footsteps.
Cdr C.T. Frohne Jr. USN was the Commanding Officer of VAP-62 A Heavy Photographic Squadron
He was killed while landing on the USS Saratoga in 1960, but flying was in Mike's blood.
While working on his uncle's farm in Geneseo, NY (home to the National Warplane Museum)
at the age of 16 he started taking flying lessons and has never stopped flying.
Later he went on to study graphics and photography at the University of Bridgeport.
After a few years of working at Killington and Vail as a assistant ski photographer and learning how to capture models in motion,
He returned to the east to raise a family. Commuting to NY from Roxbury, CT
for over 20 years with a Wall St. technology firm, he finally managed to escape the Big Apple.

In 2003 he purchased an open cockpit 1942 Stearman biplane, along with a friend,
flew it back from Washington State. That trip changed his life. Taking photos the whole way and rekindling his love of the art.
He started Wingshots.org with his 1940 poper J5A perfect for aerial photography (Low and SLow)
and using a state of the art digital camera and years of flying experience, he is able to capture artistic oblique shots.
Fine tuning of photographs is possible, and if necessary can remove unsightly debris from the property.
See your House, Property, or business form a whole new perspective, Get a WINGSHOT.

CONTACT US AT: mike@wingshots.org