Our evaluation of a high-resolution digital imaging detector capable of providing millisecond time resolution and high sensitivity for neutrons is presented. This detector is a modified version of the high-resolution gamma-ray imager developed previously at Radiation Monitoring Devices, Inc. (RMD, Inc.), and consists of an Electron Multiplying Charge Coupled Device (EMCCD) attached to a neutron-sensitive scintillator via a fiberoptic taper. By virtue of its internal gain, the EMCCD permits high speed readout without introducing additional noise, thereby enabling high frame rate operation with an enhanced signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). Detector sensitivity is enhanced through the use of a back-thinned EMCCD, which provides high quantum efficiency over a typical emission range for many neutron-sensitive scintillators. Preliminary evaluations conducted at the Liquids Reflectometer beam port of the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) demonstrate that this new detector has the sensitivity to detect individual neutrons and the acquisition speed to perform energy-selective imaging with a temporal resolution of milliseconds. While substantial improvements in timing and imaging performance are planned, this prototype detector has already generated the first ever images of the SNS Liquids Reflectometer beam profile and was also used to demonstrate a technique for obtaining Bragg edge transmission imaging using energy-selective neutrons. The preliminary data, along with the detector design, evaluation, and planned developments are discussed in this paper.