Heber Reece is a Tsimshian artist who received his formal art training at the renowned K’san School of Native Art though he is mainly self-taught. There he studied under the guidance of important artists, such as Art Sterrit, Earl Muldoe and Vernon Stephens. In addition, Reece has collaborated with his brother, Henry, who is also recognized for his art. Reece takes the Killer whale, the great hunter of the ocean, as his family crest.
His preferred medium is wood, but he also paints and creates jewellery pieces. Reece also studied jewellery making and design under the prominent Tsimshian artist, Henry Green. His preferred medium is wood, but he also produces works on paper.
In 1995, Reece helped with the carving of a 30 foot totem pole for the Common Wealth Games. His work can be found in galleries throughout the Northwest. Reece is currently living in Terrace, BC.