is a photographer based in New York City. He grew up in Buffalo, New York and studied journalism and photography at the University of Colorado, Boulder and Uppsala University, Sweden.
Mottalini’s atmospheric and intimate architectural and still life photographs have been widely published/commissioned and internationally exhibited. Much of his work deals with the photographic preservation of Modernist architecture and its place in the American landscape.
Mottalini's critically acclaimed first book, After You Left/They Took It Apart, was published in 2013. He splits his time between Brooklyn and the Hudson Valley with his wife Nepal, their son Nino and Burger the Corgi.
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