"[In MEADOWLAND,] the profundity of this affecting deconstruction of grief hinges a lot on performance and storyline, but above all, it just might be a function of meticulous shooting and directing by someone impressively stretching to grasp the undefinable."
Awarded with the Distinguished Vanguard Filmmaker Award at UCLA's Directors Spotlight Awards.
Named one of Vanity Fair's TV Power Players to Watch in 2017
Earned an Independent Spirt Award nomination for her cinematography in her directorial debut “Meadowland”
Reed was named one of Indiewire's 20 Best Breakthrough Directors of 2015
Reed was included on Indiewire's Best Cinematography of 2015 list
Reed was honored at the Fusion Film Festival as their 2015 Woman of the Year
Reed is invited to join the The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Reed was invited to become the youngest member of The American Society of Cinematographers (at that time) and is one of only 14 women out of approximately 364 active members.
Indiewire named Reed as one of their "Heroines of Cinema: Reed Morano, The Next Big Thing in American Cinematography"
Reed was also honored as one of ICG magazine's "Generation Next" in its January 2012 issue.
Reed was honored with the Kodak Vision Award at the Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards.