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Julius Constantine Motal

Julius Constantine Motal is a photo editor, photographer and writer for NBC News.   

Julius Constantine Motal is a photo editor, photographer and writer for NBC News.   

Latest from Julius Constantine Motal

15d ago

On the ground with New York City's Black motorcycle clubs

They can be seen tearing down the FDR Drive in New York City, wind whipping past as they fill all three lanes with nary a car in sight.

In anticipation of the Roe decision, a new photo exhibit pushes for action on abortion access

On Thursday, an exhibition based on photographer Donna Ferrato's book "Holy" opens in New York and includes never-before-seen collages depicting domestic violence.

New photo book captures 30 years of friendship

“Between Girls,” a new photography book by Karen Marshall, shows a group of friends over the course of 30 years, from 1985 to in 2015.

Rainbow-colored structures light up across U.S. to celebrate Pride

From a big-city cathedral to suburban homes, structures across the U.S. are being colorfully decorated for LGBTQ Pride Month. Here are some of our favorites.
414d ago

‘I’ve always wanted to be a dad’: Photo book celebrates gay fatherhood

The question was simple: "Would you guys like to be dads?" That's the message Christopher Hibma recalls receiving from an old friend on Facebook in early 2015.

'Revolutionary' photo book of lesbians reissued for the first time since 1979

“Lesbian women were so invisible, even to one other, depending on where you lived,” said Lisa Vogel, 64, who appears in two photographs in the book.
506d ago

The LAPD tried to change its image after Rodney King. Here's what a photographer saw.

Searing photographs of the LAPD in 1994 are on display in a virtual exhibition hosted by New York City's Bronx Documentary Center.
600d ago

California police department held superspreader event, community groups say

Dozens of Long Beach officers were photographed shoulder-to-shoulder with no facial coverings, according to a complaint from two organizations.

These stunning images show life—even amid the pandemic. The sprawling exhibit is in the streets.

“The most exciting work I’m seeing today is really coming out of Latin America," says Michael Kamber, who founded the Latin American Foto Festival.