• Celebrate the fleeting moments of childhood.

    Reserve your child's portrait today.

  • "Thank you for capturing the magic in our children!"

    -Micki Martin, Memphis, TN  

  • "Our portraits are a family heirloom we plan to pass on."

    -Ben and Lauren Keras, Memphis, TN

  • Celebrate the fleeting moments of childhood.

    Reserve your child's portrait today.

  • "I had tears in my eyes when I saw it.”

    -Hart Kiser, Memphis, TN   

  • "I loose my breath when I walk by it.”

    -Jenna Goode, Memphis, TN

  • Celebrate the fleeting moments of childhood.

    Reserve your child's portrait today.

 

 



Join the Collector’s Club:

receive invitations to special events

 

 

How It Works

01.

BOOK A CONSULTATION

Call us today at 901-526-1506 or email us to reserve your consultation with Kate.

02.

PHOTOS & SKETCHES

Kate takes pictures of your child in a variety of poses and settings.

03.

LET’S CELEBRATE!

Gather your

 closest friends and family

to unveil the portrait.

 
LET'S GET STARTED!
Child_portrait_Dhilan

The Ideal Family

My wish for all children is that they grow up in a stable, two-parent home, where mom and dad love each other and the kids go to bed at night feeling happy, safe, and secure.

This might sound like a Norman Rockwell 1950’s fantasy. In a society broken by divorce, these types of families are few and far between. I believe that’s because our families are under attack. We live in a culture that encourages people to leave marriages when it no longer suits them, and tells single girls they don’t need a dad to raise kids. Celebrities make living together cool (cough, Brangelina, cough) and we are told constantly that the “modern family” is whatever you want it to be. Dads and moms are interchangeable. Kids will come out the same, either way.

Well, I don’t believe that’s true and the evidence is everywhere.

Growing up, my parents didn’t have a healthy marriage and it hurt my sister and I deeply. I say this with tears in my eyes, because I love my parents so much and know it’s …