Margo Reed is a contemporary photographer and cinematographer who specializes in portraiture and oral history documentaries. She combines fundamental principles of photojournalism with modern storytelling techniques, particularly in lighting and story structure.
After completing a contract with the Philadelphia Inquirer in 2019, Margo established her studio to produce engaging content for people she previously would have worked with on news assignments. Today, that often includes healthcare institutions, government organizations, historical societies, and fellow artists.
Margo hails from rural Pennsylvania, where she grew up next door to her grandparents. Her first work in photography often took place in their home. She also produced a project about their full time care for their disabled daughter there in 2020.
Margo has had work featured in People, New York Times, NPPA's News Photographer Magazine, Associated Press, and the Philadelphia Inquirer, among others.
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