Altpick’s Member Focus Round-Up: Morgan Gaynin Inc, Kristofer Dan-Bergman and Eddie Guy

This week’s Altpick Member Focus Round-Up includes Artist Rep, Morgan Gaynin, Photographer Kristofer Dan-Bergman and illustrator Eddie Guy.  To see more of their work visit

Illustrator ©Susan Gal – Rep: Morgan Gaynin Inc.

Morgan Gaynin Inc. is a premiere illustration agency representing select international artists. They attribute their success to marketing plans specifically designed to elicit fulfilling assignments for each individual’s career growth along with our conscientious business approach and effective client liaisons. Ensuring that styles dovetail and never conflict results in the cohesive, distinctive illustration source that is Morgan Gaynin Inc.

Photographer ©Kristofer Dan-Bergman

Kristofer Dan-Bergman says that photography has allowed him to meet and photograph people he would most likely never have encountered otherwise. Bill and Hillary Clinton, Lauren Bacall, Muhammad Ali, Joan Baez and Desmond Tutu have all sat on the other side of Kristofer’s lens. Whether it be a commercial shoot, a documentary story or a fine art project in the studio, Kristofer’s passion focuses on people. His personal work includes nudes, conceptual and abstract still-life photography—some of it undertaken at his studio in TriBeCa. The former is a short bike ride from Kristofer’s apartment on the Lower East Side.

Illustration ©Eddie Guy

Eddie Guy’s work can be seen across the country and in Europe with clients including
Nike, Coca-Cola, Coors Brewing Co., AT&T and Sports Illustrated.
Eddie Guy has been awarded by the Society of Illustrators, American
Illustration,Communication Arts, and the Society of Publication
Designers. Eddie’s work has recently become part of the Smithsonian
Collection in Washington. Articles on his work can be seen in Creative Review
(London), and Print Magazine (New York).


To see more of the artists’ work, please visit

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