Matt Gunther


Matt Henry Gunther Studio
450 W 24th Street Suite 12e
New York, NY 10011


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Matt is always looking for something unique and is inspired by a challenge.

As a lifetime New Yorker he’s seen the many complexities of being a human. From the grittiness of grit to the privileges of central park west, he fell in love with controlling a narrative, telling a story through pictures. From Mike Tyson to Angelina Jolie, from skateboarders to rap artists, Matt has been able to find the tough edges and the intimacies in his subjects and shapes them for the world to see. Exposing these hidden narratives fit his natural sensibilities. And he se’s stories in every form visualization. Whether he’s a fly-on-the-wall with a police department dealing with decaying environments, armed with a lumbering 8×10 camera or shooting a stills and motion campaign of professional athletes…Matt adapts to the medium that makes the story sing.

Matt’s first monograph, Probable Cause, was published by Schilt in 2016. His work is part of the permanent collections in the Brooklyn Museum and the Palais De Tokyo in Paris and has been featured in American Photography, PDN, Communication Arts, etc.

And when he’s not out shooting something, curating collections of work, or spending time with his son, Matt’s probably bringing it back full circle, right here in NYC- lecturing photography at Pratt or School of Visual Arts.

Here are just a few of matt’s Clients + partners

Nike, Reebok, Adidas, American Express, MSNBC , FILA, AT&T, Verizon, Toyota, ARMY, Harvard Business School, Apple, BBH, McGarryBowen, Chase, Nowness, Gentlemen’s Quarterly, ESPN, NYTimes Magazine,  Taylormade, WSJ, BMW, Fallon, Wieden&Kennedy,  to name a few.



2015: Probable Cause, Kimmel Gallery NYU
2011: The Collector’s Guide to New Art Photography, Chelsea Arts
2001: This is New York, NY
2001: Prizefighters: “It’s a Job” IKON Gallery, LA


2004: Brooklyn Museum, Permanent Collection

2021- American Photography Pandemic Life
2020- Lucie for Summer in NYC film
2018: WPA crushfanzine
2016: American Photography Forum
2015-2016 Selected work
2016: Probable Cause
2015:  Communication Arts-CA Awards:
2014: New Yorker Magazine
2014: Prison Photography
2014: Featureshoot
2011: The Collector’s Guide to New Art Photography Vol.2 , Chelsea Arts

2008; The Big Bang