Reed Klass is a documentary photographer and videographer based in Missoula, Montana, working worldwide.

He is a visual storyteller, producing journalistic and documentary visuals, shooting both analog and digital. His work exists on the border of reportage and fine art. He shoots a wide variety of subjects and works with publications, commercial clients, and individuals alike.


Email

reedklass@gmail.com

Mobile

1.614.557.3364

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Accomplishments:

Selected finalist / Hearst Multimedia One: Narrative Storytelling - Features 2019

Recipient / University of Montana Joe Durso Professional Project Fund 2019

Second place - Multimedia standalone / 73rd College Photographer of the Year Awards

Editor / Montana Native News Project 2018

Selected participant / Collective Quarterly Portfolio Showcase 2017, Chico Hot Springs

Selected finalist / Photographer's Forum Best of Photography Contest 2015

Exhibitor / Zootown Brew, Missoula, MT, 2019 / Photo series

Exhibitor / The Roxy Theater, Missoula, MT, 2018 / Short film

Exhibitor / The Public House, Missoula, MT, 2016 / Photos

Published:

Charlotte Observer - Knights pitcher Michael Kopech top White Sox prospect

Charlotte Observer - She tried to keep her 99-year-old father from skydiving. He jumped anyway – happily.

Charlotte Observer - Future teachers without teaching degrees go through a crash course on teaching

Independent Record, Missoulian - Frosted Fur: Race to the Sky competitors care for their canine counterparts

Independent Record, Missoulian - Meet the mushers of the Race to the Sky backcountry sled dog race

Missoulian - Race to the Sky from the lenses of UM student photojournalists

ONFILM Magazine - River Nile Fishermen

Billings Gazette, Missoulian, Montana Native News Project - Prescribing Uncertainty

Shutterstock Custom - Talent meets inspiration: Videographers you should follow

VSCO The week's finest VSCO grid images

Oscillation Transia Film Festival - Featured Artist Campaign

Once Wed - Composition 101, a digital course by Once Wed and Joy Thigpen

Artifact Uprising - Photography Essentials: The Rule of Thirds