Jacksonville NC Couples Photographer| TBT: Kachiri & Tucker

Kachiri and I met not long after I first started my business. She was the first person to formally book me for a homecoming. About a week after booking me, she also won a free mini session. Kachiri quickly became a loyal client & a good friend. I would call her just to go location scouting or a trip to Tarheel’s for a night out. I still remember, very vividly, when her homecoming FINALLY arrived, after a month long delay. I spotted her husband, Tucker, who I had yet to meet in person, trying to sneak up on us. Thankfully I recognized him from her photos so I was able to get the camera up & ready!

Since then, I’ve worked with them multiple times, including once after they added to their family! Their puppy, Archer, was very well behaved for his photo shoot!

Going through these photos, you’ll notice a few things; the evolution of my logo is one of them! Another is just how much Kachiri & Tucker adore each other! It’s totally adorable and a bit funny to see them together. Times like these, I really dislike the Marine Corps for the constant moving that means we now live on opposite sides of the country. Here’s hoping we end up on the same coast again some day.





  5 comments for “Jacksonville NC Couples Photographer| TBT: Kachiri & Tucker

  1. August 27, 2015 at 10:57 am

    Great collection of photos! I love those this shows this couple’s military homecoming story. I’m sure they will value these for years.

  2. August 27, 2015 at 8:32 pm

    What a fun throwback Thursday to Kachiri and Tucker’s couple session. I love seeing TBTs and hearing how the couples are doing now. Military homecomings are just so exciting and it is so great you were able to capture their special moment!

  3. August 28, 2015 at 2:13 pm

    That’s so awesome you’ve gotten to do a few sessions for this adorable coulple. I love seeing the homecoming photos-it’s always such a touching moment!

  4. August 29, 2015 at 10:58 pm

    It is so awesome to have repeat clients, especially someone you can watch grow. I love seeing both the senior portrait throwback and the military homecoming. Then you top it off with those beautiful couple images!

  5. August 30, 2015 at 3:33 pm

    What an awesome portrait series! I know they must treasure the memories you’ve captured for them over the years!

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