Erin Little still have the first photograph she ever took on her mood board: a Polaroid of her mother, father, and dog. She took it at the age of three after her parents handed her the camera because they were tired of never seeing themselves in the family photo albums.
From there, she became obsessed with capturing visual memories, setting up shoots with her friends in a make-shift studio (a sheet and some props), and devouring her mother's old LIFE magazines for inspiration.
After many years (and jazz music school), Erin started getting hired for portrait sessions and documenting the lives of others, and she realized that what had been her hobby and passion could actually be her profession.
It's been ten years since, and she has never looked back. She's been fortunate to work among many talented professionals in the industry, and to see her work in The New York Times and publications like GQ. Erin loves peeking into the lives of others and capturing it all in an intimate, genuine, and creative way.