Testimonials

See what our customers are saying about us.

Turner Classic Movies

The team at MPTV are our go-to archive for the vast and varied needs of Turner Classic Movies. We can count on them to provide what we request quickly and at competitive prices. They are an ideal partner because they have intimate knowledge of their extensive collection of unique images. More often than not, they go above and beyond to supply us with material to complement our request. MPTV can always be relied on to enrich our projects.

— Manager, Photo Research & Licensing, Turner Classic Movies
Vanity Fair

The collection at MPTV is always surprising and enlightening! MPTV is the source for photography of the highest quality and most rare access. MPTV can be like magic - as it reveals many histories to us - mostly with a simple click of my mouse. They often delight us with their emails containing many unpublished images that they scan specially for our needs. I'm always excited by the boundless possibilities that the pictures at MPTV offer us. Thank you MPTV!

— Senior Photo Research Editor, Vanity Fair
Morrison Hotel Gallery

We’ve worked with MPTV for several years and are thrilled with our business relationship. Morrison Hotel Gallery is proud to represent the Sid Avery archive! The prints that MPTV sends us are beautiful, and their fulfillment is always very quick. It’s a pleasure to work with such professionals.

— Partner, Morrison Hotel Gallery

I want to thank you again for the great pics, all of your help in finding them, and for making the process easier than I expected. I'll make sure to recommend you should I know of anyone else needing photos and will certainly contact you again when I next need some.

— Author

MPTV is my favorite of the photo services, so I always put your stuff forward before the others with my productions, your stuff is great!

— Documentary Producer

I got the photo today and it is beautiful. I am so pleased with the quality of the print. It looks like it was taken yesterday.

— Fine Art Collector