KNAPSACK Proprietors

K N A P S A C K   P r o p r i e t o r s 

Modern, casual, and full of evolving talent, Jennifer Little, KNAPSACK proprietor, has a
strong eye for design, which plays an impactful role in her style. She is always looking at
the full scope of design elements when putting together a perfectly curated lifestyle. She
has the uncanny ability to pull out every client’s beauty and style. Jennifer’s fun-loving,
playful approach makes clients feel welcome and instantly at home. Regardless of
medium, she utilizes color, texture and pattern in a fresh, soft, clean way. 
Raised in Georgia, Jennifer has an appreciation for country life and city living. Born on
the coast in Darien, she played outside on the rope swing and hunted for snails in the
Georgia marshes. A few years later she moved to Athens, and then in 1987, she moved
to Peachtree City to begin various entrepreneurial endeavors in the neighborhood.
Months later, Ryan Little moved into the same cul-de-sac and elementary school love
was alive. Choosing Furnishings and Interiors at the University of Georgia was a natural
fit for Jen’s love of photography and design. She and her husband, Ryan, made stops in
Starkville, Mississippi and Tallahassee, Florida where their children Luke and Emory
were born. Now calling Fort Collins home, Jennifer spent her first four years locally
growing her photography business, which began in Florida, before opening HEYDAY, a
women’s clothing, shoes and accessories boutique, in 2015. With the addition of
KNAPSACK, Jennifer’s talents and dreams for interior design, fashion, and photography
have become a reality.