52 Years of Marriage – Palmdale CA Family Photography


In early September, we had Robert and Betty come to our portrait studio for a special CA family photography session. They brought their daughter Alice and their three grandchildren.


Robert and Betty just celebrated their 52nd anniversary on March 16th! They have lived in West LA for most their life until last August when they moved to Idaho.

Betty worked for Lockheed Martin in Palmdale for 30 years, and Robert retired a while ago, and they were finally able to make this transition this past year. Robert has rediscovered his love of fishing and they found they do not miss the brown desert. I guess the grass really is greener in Idaho!


We have to say, they are just the cutest couple EVER!! We see most of our couples at their weddings, and it was such an honor to capture Robert and Betty celebrating their MARRIAGE.

Congrats you lovebirds, we hope to see you – and your family – again soon!


The Reality of Texting and Driving

We work with a lot of High School Seniors throughout the year and we love every one of them. Each model we work with is so unique, full of hobbies and interests applicable only to them. But the thing that all seniors share is the excitement of getting behind the wheel, and the freedom that driving can offer.


Because of that, we thought it would be a good idea to touch on the topic of texting and driving. For many teenagers, texting is a normal part of the day. But when behind the wheel, it is so important to put the phone down and stay alert.



You might think that a text doesn’t distract you from the road, but texting takes your eyes off the road for an average of five seconds. That’s far enough to travel the length of a football field when traveling at 55 mph.


We found this video on you tube and thought it sent such a powerful message. This video makes you stop and think about the consequences of sending that text. We hope to change many lives by sharing this video but even if it’s only one, it will be enough to make a difference.

For more information about the dangers of distracted driving, please look at this page from the California Office of Traffic Safety. Please, stay alert and stay safe.