My passion for photography has rewarded me with the opportunity to examine the world carefully, to really look, and to see. My approach is intuitive and I choose to impose no constraints – leaving myself open only to possibilities. As a professional designer I am drawn to images that offer a strong composition, pattern and rhythm. Creating images with a unique perspective (both visually and intellectually) while sometimes pushing the limits of traditional composition ‘rules’ excites me. Nature subjects, things from the past and architectural elements are common themes in my work. My personal success is two-fold; first in making the discovery and capturing the moment that calls to me and second, in transferring that sense of discovery to the viewer.
Denise Bush earned a Bachelor of Fine Art’s degree from Moore College of Art and Design, and has worked as an Illustrator and Graphic Designer for over 25 years. She escapes the commercial art world through photography, choosing it as her ‘fine art medium’. Denise’s work has been accepted into many juried shows and has accumulated many awards over the years. She is an active member of the South Jersey Camera Club where she ranks highly in competitions and has won several year-end medals. Her work has been published in PHOTOgraphic Magazine, Shutterbug and Photographer Forum’s ‘Best Of’. She has also acted as a photography judge for the Photographic Society of America (PSA), the New Jersey Federation of Camera Clubs, Wetlands Institute, Ocean County Camera Club, Maple Shade/Moorestown Camera Club, and the Medford Cultural Arts Commission. To improve her skills and stay inspired Denise frequently participates in photo workshops and seminars. To learn more about Denise and view her online gallery, visit http://www.denisebush.com.