Two premier professional photographers, Jon Naugle and Alison Huntley, have come together to give San Diego an elite photographic experience.  

Pixel Pro Foto is based in Del Mar.

We specialize in:

  • Engagements
  • Weddings
  • Commercial/Studio Portraiture


More About Alison Huntley:

As a photographer, my goal is to capture the emotions, spirit and the essence of whatever or whoever is in front of my lens.  I am both relaxed and creative and I insure that my clients are comfortable and confident in all aspects of the shoot.

I love being a creative and I also adore people.  As a psychotherapist for over 15 years, I firmly believe that there is a psychological component to any shoot.  These components involve actively listening, understanding without assumption making and asking the pertinent questions of the client.  Ultimately, it is the client’s vision that I am creating and this requires patience and a desire to make a lasting impression and capturing that vision for a lifetime. 

At the heart of it all, I want my clients to feel listened to and to have an uncompromising quality of experience, all with an attention to detail!!


More About Jon Naugle:

I am the techie on the team and truly love the challenge of setting up the equipment, tweaking the lights for perfect shadows, and solving any technical issues on the fly that are bound to come up on any shoot.  My 30 years of being an Engineer in the Telecommunications field definitely have helped me solve the complex puzzles formed by changing light, moving people, and professional camera equipment.  

I am also a "people person" and really enjoy working with new clients, figuring out exactly what their goals are for the final project and then making that vision a reality.  I was a "Quality Engineer" for many years and that taught me to listen to the customer first and foremost and if you do, Customer Satisfaction will follow.

I have always been a passionate camera geek, even in High School on the Year Book Staff, School Newspaper Staff when everything was film, manual light meters and dark room magic. That feeling has never faded - when we get the lights dialed in and the pictures just start to pop, that is when I am most happy and satisfied with my work.