Sep 5, 2010
Kimberly Reed started her career working as a
commercial editor and traveled the world directing and producing
Kimberly became an early expert in the field of digital filmmaking and post-production. After transitioning genders, she moved into the world of publishing, as editor-in-chief of DV Magazine.
Kim's first feature-length documentary film, Prodigal Sons, tells the story of three siblings, their rivalries, and their search for identity.
Prodigal Sons has won many honors and have connected to many in film festival audiences worldwide, including its winning of the Audience award at Palm Springs and it is available on DVD, Netflix, and iTunes.