Welcome to my Green Street photo studio!
I found this charming space on Green Street over two years ago, and a year ago I expanded and doubled my space. My photo studio is in the Einstein Building in historical Green Street Village, east of Lake Ave.
Albert Einstein used to have an office across the hall from me, and there’s a rumor that there was a tunnel in the basement that lead to CalTech.
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My studio is closed this weekend for remodeling. I’m having it painted, removing the drop ceiling, and adding a few goodies. I want to have it ready for my annual holiday party in December. If you are a client or a friend of Rebecca Little Photography, watch for your invitation.
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Green Street is one of the most charming streets in Pasadena. As you walk down the street under a canopy of trees, you pass by all kinds of shops and restaurants.
Across the street from me is the Cheesewright Studios Building, a red brick building in the French Quarter style that’s often used in movies and tv shows. Down the street is Century Books, an independent bookstore, and Walker/Viden, a high-end vintage shop (ow available online only). I’m near Malbec Argentinian Restaurant and Cafe Verde, a charming little bistro (now replaced with The Boy and the Bear Coffee Roastery). And a new fusion restaurant is coming downstairs, once all the permits have been acquired (the permits were never acquired and now an interior designer is moving in).
Please email me if you’d like to discuss a Branding or Family session. Look for Contact under the menu items at the top, or scroll to the bottom of the page for contact info.
UPDATE: I moved my location during COVID. I’m still in Pasadena and still offering branding and family sessions. Email me to schedule a session.