Macduff Everton is a contributing photographer at National Geographic Traveler, where he has photographed more than 20 features. For four decades he has engaged in visual anthropology work with the Maya, and his book The Modern Maya Incidents of Travel and Friendship in Yucatán is considered a classic on the subject. Macduff's archaeological photographs are featured in a number of books, and editorial clients include Gourmet, Saveur, Life, House & Garden, and Smithsonian; he was also a staff photographer at Condé Nast Traveler. He has led workshops in both Santa Fe and San Miguel de Allende; this is his fifth year teaching at The Workshops. His website is www.macduffeverton.com.