Reed Klass is an independent, emerging documentary photographer, videographer and visual journalist living and working in Washington D.C. by way of suburban Ohio and rural Montana.
Picture a Venn diagram composed of two sets: story-centric media and visual-centric media. Reed’s work exists at the intersection of these two sets.
Reed is a follower of Christ and his faith informs his work; to date he has trained his lens largely on marginalized people groups and social issues, both in the US and abroad. He holds a BA in journalism from the University of Montana, received second place in the 2018 US College Photographer of the Year competition and has been mentored by David Alan Harvey. His work has been reviewed and edited by industry professionals from TIME, Magnum and National Geographic. Ultimately Reed seeks to exhibit empathy for humanity through his work.
Reed is available internationally for assignments both journalistic and commercial.
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