Georgette de Bruchard was born in France in 1928. She moved to the US to pursue a
career in photography at an early age. De Bruchard initially worked as a staff photographer
for Southern Methodist University with the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking.
She would go on to produce a great deal of work for publications like Dallas and Time magazines.
The couple worked with many of the same clients in Dallas, with a focus on architecture
and product photography. Their photography styles were quite different, with Rogers creating
very commercial images, showing subjects exactly how they were, while de Bruchard added
a more artistic quality to her photographs, and also featured more human subjects like
celebrities and politicians.