Fairy Photography-Sisters

Double The Fun-Sister Images-Covington Childrens Portraits

We have loved watching Sapphire and Azazebelle grow up from tiny fairies to little girl fairies.  Now that big sis Sapphire is getting bigger she is learning to ride horses and maybe, just maybe one day she will find a unicorn to ride!  Azazebelle, quite the dancer, kept us on our toes in the studio because she loved to flutter around like a litte butterfly.  This family is always a joy to photograph and have become such good friends to us!  We are glad to be your “forever photographers and putting your dreams into print.”  And thank you Nickole for these kind words:

“Ruth and Kate both work so very well with my girls. They are patient and loving. They take the time in
finding out exactly what I would like from the session and they are truly creative in the way they set
their scenes/themes. They continue to exceed my expectations with the way the photos turn out. They
are beyond what I could imagine. Their attention to details from their custom dresses, bows to even the
little gifts they give out in correlation to the theme is astonishing.

Fairy Photography

Story Book Portraits – Kent

Fairy Aileigh has been coming to us for a few years and we adore her.  One day she says she is going to go to South Dakota because she wants to see Mt. Rushmore!  But she will have to wait for her fairy wings to get a little stronger.  She asked her mom for another fairy shoot and this year she chose a pink Doll Cake dress to wear.  Portrait sessions do require some advanced planning!  Her mom said “I always have such a hard time selecting photos which is great.”


Family Portraits Matter

Outdoor locations are beautiful

When I tell people I’m a photographer I always hear… “oh do you do family portraits?  We really need family pictures.  We haven’t taken them for years”  I ask why?  The reasons are all the same “Oh we don’t have time”, “I need to lose 10 pounds”, “my kids just won’t sit still long enough” or “my husband……..fill in the blanks”


What ever the reason, we are here to help you navigate all those problems.

Following are 3 reasons family portraits are important.


1. Your life will not look like this next year

Families are never the same; they’re always growing and changing. This is one of the reasons why we truly love being photographers. It is important today to preserve and honor your family.  In today’s digital world, there’s something special about a printed portrait. While cellphone images are often forgotten or easily deleted, quality wall portraits displayed throughout your home shows that your family is a priority.

2. Creating memories through portraiture

Life is hectic and sometimes complicated.  As you travel through the different stages/struggles with your family you can always look at your family portrait and remember that smile, giggle, or how much that child loved that dress that she wore. When it comes to the love of your family, there is certainly nothing more important than being able to look back and remembering the bond and excitement that you share with one another.

3. Family portraits are an investment.

In life, you chose where you invest. Your family is always the best investment. When you invest in quality portraiture you are investing in something that will be valuable for a lifetime.


Let us help you tell your story either in the studio or on location we would love to discuss your ideas.

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Ruth and Kate Portraits Travel

Utah Ice Princess Photography

Every once in awhile the opportunity comes up for us to photograph things just for us.  Kate was able to travel to Utah to photograph in the ice caves near Salt Lake City.  It was selected to be featured in Sureal Beauty Magazine.  While we do love to photographing children, it is so much fun to let our creativity go wild.