Marc is a graduate of the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale, and he often lectures and teaches people of all ages in South Florida, The Caribbean, Europe, India and Asia.

Serota has conducted photo workshops and seminars in:

Marc stands by his philosophy:

“Nobody get’s anywhere in life without help from others”

Photo Workshops Miami, LLC.

“Chasing the Light” Presented by Photo Workshops Miami & Hosted by Coral Gables Museum

Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 8:00 AM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
Coral Gables, FL

Photo © Katelyn Barclay, 2013 Turks & Caicos Student

Sports and Portrait Photographer Marc Serota’s Photo Workshop Series, as seen on the Today Show!

The Business and Style of Iconic Portrait and Sports Photography in Turks & Caicos (November 1-6, 2014)

Turks & Caicos is renowned as the last of the true exotics. I love to look over it’s crystal clear waters and the 12 miles of powder white sand where we will be working. During our workshop, you will have the opportunity to shoot on our sets and lighting, working with the professional athletes and legends of the Pro Beach Volleyball tour as well as some of the most beautiful models anywhere.

Join Marc Serota and learn the ways to create images that sell and get published. I will teach you the way of distribution, metadata and how to maximize the revenue stream that is your archive.

Take a look at the behind the scenes video of a recent workshop and join us today!

Photo © Katelyn Barclay, 2013 Turks & Caicos Student

The Sacred Mayan Journey in Mexico´s Mayan Riviera (May 22-29, 2015)

Often described as the “Playground of the Gods” the stretch of the Yucatan Peninsula known as the Riviera Maya is one of the most fascinating places in the world. Explore all angles of this timeless coast, its people, architecture, and natural environment from our home base a the Occidental Flamenco Xcaret, a five-star resort located in the middle of a lush natural preserve. We carefully selected the dates for our trip to coincide with the Sacred Mayan Journey, a 3-day long recreation of one of the most ancient traditions of the Mayan culture; the yearly pilgrimage of the Mayan Oarsmen, who braved the ocean on their canoes and crossed to the island of Cozumel to worship the goddess Ixchel by taking offerings and in search of her divine message for the Mayan people.