Our Preschool Program

Our Dance Program

Marion has a life time of experience photographing babies to 5 year olds. She creates an atmosphere of trust with the children, the parents and the preschool staff. She catches the natural expressions and is able to bring out the innocence of each child while other children and staff watch allowing other children to feel more relaxed when it's their turn. She treats each child with love, patience, care, and respect. She likes to have fun with the children, all while providing superior quality photography and blending with the preschool's daily schedule so as to interrupt the schedule as little as possible. She enjoys returning year after year to see the children grow and blossom.

Parents can choose from a variety of portrait sizes and packages. Each parent receives a FREE personalized mobile app with their children's images.

She photographs preschools in middle Tennessee, including College Grove, Gallatin, Hermitage, Lewisburg, Mt. Juliet, Murfreesboro, Nashville, Nolensville, and Spring Hill.
For many years Marion enjoyed watching her daughter and son dance at Ms Cathy's. The grace and beauty that develops as each child transforms from the beginning of the year until recital is poetry in motion.

For over 30 years Marion has photographed young dancers expressing their passion. Whether it is recreational ballet, tap, jazz, modern, hip-hop, or tumbling or professional dance, she captures the dancer's essence. She uses her understanding of movement and photography to capture dancers in motion.

She photographs several Dance Schools in Nashville, Lebanon, Franklin, Fairview, Spring Hill, and Nolensville, and throughout middle Tennessee.
Giving Back
Giving back and supporting worthy causes is an important part of my life. I personally support many charities and environmental organizations. As a business I wanted to do more. My beautiful daughter was diagnosed with epilepsy when she was about 10 years old and has struggled with accepting life with epilepsy. 

Donating a portion of each creative fee and portrait order to the Epilepsy Foundation of Middle and West Tennessee is our way of helping fund research and programs to find an easier way to live with epilepsy and one day a cure.

Learn more about epilepsy and the Epilepsy Foundation of Middle and West Tennessee at epilepsytn.org. If you would like to donate, send a check made payable to the Epilepsy Foundation of Middle and West Tennessee to 95 White Bridge Road, Suite 215, Nashville, TN 37205.
Another easy way you too, can support the Epilepsy Foundation of Middle and West Tennessee is when you shop at Kroger! It’s free, easy, and quick to set up.

Simply go to krogercommunityrewards.com and register your Kroger Plus Card with NPO # 14616. Kroger will then make quarterly donations to the Epilepsy Foundation of Middle and West Tennessee.

I expect to pass through life but once. If therefore, there be any kindness I can show, or any good thing I can do to any fellow human being, let me do it now, and not defer or neglect it, as I shall not pass this way again.
William Penn 

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library
Books and reading are an important part of your child’s growth and development. Reading has always been an integral part of raising my own children. As a mother, and now a grandmother (Gigi to my grandchildren), there is nothing like the feeling of your child snuggled up close to you while you read him or her a story. Many years ago I began reading to my children and now continue this wondrous time with my grand children. Reading is a time to share, to laugh, to play, to discover, and to use your imagination.
Supporting Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is another way to give the gift of books and reading to children. A portion of each book sale is donated to the Imagination Library.  
Learn more about this inspiring program.

Also, remember to check out your local library for special children's programs.

  1. On location at a Preschool
    It's between 7:30 am and 11:30 am and Marion is busy enjoying each child. She spends time with each child and gets that delightful little smile. Her helper, the monkey, helps the children to relax. Many don't even realize she is photographing.