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Well Hello


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Well Hello


"LET'S STARBUCKS AND CHILL!"

new orleans wedding photographer
 
 

MY NAME IS TAHIRY (TA-HI-TI - LIKE THE ISLAND).

I'm an easy going, laughter loving, Pensacola wedding photographer, and a hardcore storyteller. 

Most days, you can find me working on my couch, no make-up with my hair in a pony, drinking my BulletProof Coffee, and surrounded by my fav humans and fur babies.

I am mostly known for my amazing ability to eat excessive amounts of extra cheese pizza.  

My business is my passion and I love my brides! My brides are not just clients to me, but humans I grow to love. I'm happy to say that my amazing job has brought me SO many new, lifelong friendships! 

As you journey through life with your love, everything will change. Kids will come along, you'll move, and things will get CRAY!  But, no worries. I'm here to beautifully document the day that officially began it all.  The day you took each other's hands and began your wild adventure.

 
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WHY I DO WHAT I DO

 

"Take your broken heart and make it into art."

This is the truest quote for me there ever was.
I'm going to be real with you about my business for a sec because finding this quote has resonated so deeply for me. 
All my life, I've always felt like an outsider looking in. Kinda like I was a part, but I didn't really belong. 
I was an 11 year old kid with a very sick mom and I had to grow up way too fast. I didn't get invited to parties or mall hangouts. I didn't get a million middle school balloons tied to my backpack on my birthday. Boys didn't really think I was cute. So I rebelled and lashed out in crazy ways because I couldn't deal with everything at once.
And I kept rebelling into my 20s.


I didn't start to feel like I fit anywhere until my mid 20s when I joined the Navy and lived in liberal San Diego where I loved to go dancing. Until I got myself a half-sleeve in honor of my mom and a whole bunch of other tattoos. And finally, until I stopped trying to fit into the 9-5 life and carved my own path. 


I think this is why my business means so much to me. I've literally taken my broken heart and made it into art.