Arlene Collins specializes in documenting remote cultures and changing civilizations around the world. She is a freelance lighting consultant, teaches Master Classes in her New York City studio, and she leads international travel photography workshops around the world. Workshops include Myanmar, Laos, Papua New Guinea, Turkey, Morocco, Vietnam, Cambodia, China, Mongolia, India, Bhutan, Croatia, Argentina, Tibet and Mali. She has worked as an editorial and corporate photographer and studied with Lisette Model. Presently, she is an Associate Professor at Parsons School of Design and has taught at the International Center of Photography in New York City. Arlene has lectured at Havana, Cuba’s Fototeca Center, the Centro de la Imagen in Mexico City, the Photography Center in Istanbul, Turkey and to the Yangon Photographers Association in Myanmar. Her photographs of Machu Picchu were published in Hasselblad’s Forum Magazine and her travel photography advice can be found at www.cnn.com/travel.