Denise Bosco is a fine art photographer and works as photo professional. She has been an FPAC member since 2002 participating in many group and two-artist shows. She has explored a variety subjects, from portraits and panorama landscapes to everyday objects. Her panoramic landscapes and cityscapes use a camera with a lens that rotates (pans) while taking the exposure allowing multiple elements of motion to be incorporated in the exposure and image, (camera motion, subject motion and photographer motion). Her series, Domestic Artifacts, is a look at objects collected over a lifetime. A project that evolved while moving her parents from the home they lived in for 50 years. It continues in images that take a closer look at everyday items that are easily overlooked in the rush of modern life. Denise lives in New York City and is often in Boston.