Seattle Children’s Photography Carousal Horse at Clark Lake   Sometimes you have to put a little fun into your photo sessions with Ruth and Kate Portaits.  We’ll do what it takes to make our customers feel comfortable and smile.  Really… it is just our personaility. Portrait sessions should be fun and relaxed and with children you need to be able to relate to them.  We love to use this horse in our photography sessions....

Seattle Children Photography Portraits in the Park/Clark Lake-Kent, Washington   Poor Sydney!!!  I accidently poked her in the eye while posing them…  She was so good about it!  At least is wasn’t my ring.  My kids call it the ring of death but it is sharp and pointy.  Thanks Sydney for being such a good sport about it....

  Meet Blake R- Maple Valley, Washington Blake the Superhero Blake is a happy 6 year old who is obsessed with sharks, superheroes and Star Wars. Upon first meeting him, you would never guess that he has a terminal rare disease. But on a closer look you would see that he has bruises all over his arms and legs, he gets tired quickly and is smaller than the rest of the kids his age. Just before age 2, Blake was diagnosed with a very rare genetic disease called Fanconi anemia, FA. Fanconi anemia is primarily a blood disease that may lead to bone marrow failure (aplastic anemia), leukemia, and/or solid tumors. FA can affect all systems of the body. FA patients are extremely likely to develop a variety of cancers and at a much earlier age than patients in the general population. Earlier this year,......

Meet Athena-From Bothell, Washington Miss Fairy Tale Princess Athena was nominated for our Fairy Tale Princess photo shoot at Ruth and Kate Portraits by her grandmother.   We did the photoshoot at the Seattle Arboretum See her a touching video of her photography session below. After her birth Athena was diagnosed with Hydranencephaly– “No brain, only brain stem”. The outcome for children with this disorder is still birth, or if by a miracle they survive birth, they would be a vegetable on a breathing tube and feeding tube for their short existence. It was like being hit by lighting, only 1- 500,000 babies are diagnosed with this. The doctor told us that Amber could legally opt to induce herself early, knowing the baby wouldn’t survive. The doctor then had her meet with a grievance counselor. She had Amber hold a silicone baby, the size of an......