Meet the Team
Since its founding, Little Stories has brought together a group of young creatives, forming a passionate and cooperative working community.
The team members contribute to the diversification and realization of the brand’s creative vision by drawing on their distinctive talents and perspectives. The enthusiastic and energetic Little Stories team is dedicated to creating beautiful photographs that eloquently convey our clients’ tales with their loved ones.
We are hiring!
Late October 2023 Openings
1. Client Experience Lead (Part-time)
Part-time: throughout the year
STEM: December 2023 to January 2024
Photographer & Art Director
Amy feels honoured to be able to follow her dreams and capture sincere, artful images that matter to people's lives. She has been the main photographer and leading direction for Little Stories for seven years, delivering unique stories to couples, families and retailers through visuals. Besides, she is an avid art lover.
Amy graduated from the University of Hong Kong, majoring in Education and minoring in Journalism. She further studied Art History at the University of the Arts London.
Matthew is keen on observing touching moments and capturing them. As an associate photographer, he has been working in the photography team at Little Stories for two years, assisting in photography operations. He graduated from Hong Kong Design Institute.
Aside from photography, he is a cat lover. He enjoys his free time with his three adorable cats.
Vana has been working in the editorial team at Little Stories since 2020 where she helps to integrate humanistic aesthetics and visual beauty into the everyday life of our community. Apart from artistic practice, she is an amateur hiker and yoga lover.
Vana graduated as a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Hong Kong and continues her research in photography and women cinema at the University of Cambridge.
Rachel joined the enthusiastic and creative team of Little Stories in 2021. She has helped with developing the brand’s aesthetics, content and community. Outside of work, she is a big fan of cinema and live music performances.
Rachel graduated as a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Hong Kong and continues her studies in Art History at the University of Oxford.