I’M RACHAEL LITTLE
I’m a newborn + family photographer based in Woodstock, Ontario ♥️
You can usually find me photographing sleepy babies by day + sweet families at sunset. I’m a mom to two kiddos and married my handsome husband back in 2010 . On weekends I’m usually makin’ big breakfasts with my husband, going for nature walks with my kids, have living room dance parties with my daughter and playing games on our ‘very retro’ Super Nintendo with my son.
Here are some facts about me:
I believe that each & every person has a story just waiting to be told.
My favourite little indulgence is a Maple Syrup Latte from Beantown.
I shoot with a Canon 5D Mark iii, Canon 5D Mark ii and my go to lenses are the 135mm 2.0 and 24-70mm 2.8. Honourable mention to my 100mm macro and 50mm.
If you’ve seen any of the Footprints Dance Centre Billboards — then you’ve seen my images! I started working with the studio back in 2016 and just fell in love with everyone there.
I am the proud co-founder of “Streetfest Mommy & Me Sessions”. The event was started back in 2013 by myself, Chelsea Lipskey Photography + Baby Bumpz. At the time were on a mission to get Moms in front of the camera. Since then we’ve photographed over 200 Mommy & Me Sessions during Woodstock Summer Streetfest. The sessions now sell out in a matter of hours & have been going strong for 6 years and counting. The best part is seeing Mamas and their babies come back year after year...always growing & changing. It’s is one of my favourite parts of summer.
I originally went to college for Film Production and worked in commercial production in Toronto.
Love my houseplants. I used to be a plant killer…but now I’m rocking a mini urban jungle!
Every year I choose a community based non-profit or charitable cause or two to donate my time to. I’ve been a photography adjudicator at the Embro Fair, I’ve had the pleasure of photographing Rise Against Cancer for a number of years + donated sessions to a variety of fundraisers & silent auctions such as The Woodstock Navy Vets & Xavier’s Hope, just to name a few. It’s given me the opportunity to meet some inspiring people, and get involved in our community, too.