Kimberly Reed designed projections for and wrote As One with co-librettist Mark Campbell, composed by Laura Kaminsky. The team then collaborated for Some Light Emerges (Houston Grand Opera) and Today It Rains (Opera Parallèle). A consortium of opera companies led by Santa Fe and San Francisco Opera commissioned her to create Postville, again with Kaminsky. Her written work is published in “The Moth,” a New York Times best-seller. Her documentary film Prodigal Sons premiered at the Telluride Film Festival, won 14 awards, and was released in theaters and broadcast worldwide. Her Sundance award-winning documentary Dark Money was released in 2018 by PBS-Distribution. It was promptly named by Vogue magazine as one of the 66 Best Documentaries of All Time and shortlisted for the Academy Awards.