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This page reflects who I am while my passion reflects who you are.

 1 of 3 Breast Cancer Survivors(2008), a Wife, a Mother, and a photographer.
At the age of 8, I became fascinated with cameras and was given my first, a Polaroid Sun 600. As a child learning to "take pictures", our objective was to tell a story with the images captured. 

In 2010, my mother purchased me a Sony handycam to ensure the family would have videos to relive joyous moments. Having little to no clue of transferring or editing videos, I learned with church programs and plays. The church installed a video system that I faithfully assist in operating for all services.

I rekindled my fascination with cameras and purchased a Kodak and was later given a GE camera. In 2014, I experienced the use of a DSLR as an excited wife and mother capturing moments of her children and others as they  participated in high school sports. I and a few others were intrigued with the images taken, which was very challenging. My challenge has since then become a passion. This passion drove me to take basic photography and editing classes at Auburn University, an internship as detailed photographer and attending workshops. My aim is to capture the "true essence" of individuals, families, celebrants, and weddings. Capturing the personality of our subjects are what we "shoot" for.
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Narfunda Gibson Ross


Candra, Bride

When I tell you we had a blast. She made the photo session while my bridesmaids and I were getting read so much fun. I literally had a wonderful experience.


Syd, Senior

Featured in "Inspiring Teen Magazine" as 2nd Top Teen. Nar is consummate professional. Senior portraits, she listened to my idea and ran with it! 


Van, Birthday

I decided to do a birthday shoot for myself.  I made my appointment and Narfunda convinced me to do a Godfather session. She made me comfortable and I loved my gallery 


Celebratory Event

1033 helped us to relive so many unforgettable moments. THANKS!



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