Reed's photographs, taken in the '50s and '60s, capture the faces and scenes of New England. His subjects ranged from prominent politicians to quiet-town fairgoers, from Boston city life to serene snowfalls. Although his photographs were published in Life, Vermont Life, Time, and many smaller and foreign magazines, they have gone unseen since their original publication, forty years ago. Recently, Reed began having his cache of negatives printed – many of which were printed for the first time ever. With the rediscovery of thousands of rolls of negatives, he has assembled a beautiful collection of photographs. Interest in Reed's work spread quickly due to the beauty of the images, the quality of the prints, and their classic presentation. Several exhibitions in the past few years have generated public interest in his work and he is now receiving well-deserved acclaim.


all images © Verner Reed except where noted. Do not reproduce.