Little Lot

Erica from the Little Lot first contacted me in January to see if I was interested in showcasing my photography on the Little Lot. I had no idea what Little Lot was, so after a little bit of poking around on their website I discovered it was essentially a wallpaper app for your mobile device and computer. It refreshes your desktop background and mobile lock screen every day with wallpapers from brands relevant to your profile and interests. The user can choose which charity to donate to when they install Little Lot, and best of all it’s free! And lots of awesome charities like the Auckland City Mission, World Vision and Oxfam benefit just by having the Little Lot installed on your device and computer! At first I thought ‘What an awesome idea’! But I was slightly hesitant because I wasn’t sure if people would want my brides and grooms gracing their screens! Sure wedding images are nice, but slightly weird to have on your computer or iPhone if you don’t know the couple!

After a little bit of thinking, the solution I came up with was to create some designs that wouldn’t be all about the couple photographed – rather it would be a bit anonymous, but still hopefully convey feelings of happiness and love! I also wanted to include an uplifting message that I truly believed in for each wallpaper.

Kate Robinson Photography


Watch this video, it explains Little Lot better than I ever can!



Click here to download the Little Lot to your computer or mobile device. It only takes a little to do a LOT! Thank you Little Lot for inviting me to be part of this awesome mission! xx

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