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As a kid Mark made car and aircraft models; his first kit he can remember was an F-101 Voodoo. He liked the name! Since then he has added die-cast models, slot car racing, and snowmobiling to his “favorites” list. Mark joined Kalmbach Publishing after 25 years as a daily newspaper journalist, where he became an auto review columnist (“Savage on Wheels”), something he continues as a side interest. At KPC Mark first was editor of Model Retailer, the hobby trade magazine, before becoming editor of American Snowmobiler. He happily rejoins the hobby world as Finescale’s editor and hopes to get some airbrush training to enhance his modeling skills.
Aaron has been making models of one kind or another since he was six and built his first model -- a race car of some sort put together with help from his grandfather. He grew up in Australia and graduated from the University of Queensland in Brisbane with a degree in journalism and history. After moving back to the United States in 1994, Aaron worked as a reporter and photographer for newspapers in Texas and Arkansas, before joining the FSM staff in August 2006. He will build anything that grabs his fancy, particularly commercial airliners, Russian armor, and anything science fiction.