I'm not a great golfer by any means, so take what I say with a grain of salt. However, these are my observations.
It looks like your clubface is closed at the top of the backswing. If it remains closed at impact and you are still hitting a slice, then you must be swinging even more left than the club face is angled. This would cause the slice.
So you might try swinging "in to out" or to the right while remaining that closed club face and you will get either a draw or a hook. If it's a hook, then either straighten your club face out, or swing less to the right or less "in to out."
It also looks like you might be getting too steep on your downswing. A flatter swing plane promotes a draw flight path.
Additionally, your lower body may be getting ahead of your arms.
Everyone's goals are different so I'm not sure if you are looking for a techniquely correct swing or if you want a quick fix. But I think these are some general observations that might help you either way.