Jeff Topham is a Canadian documentary photographer whose diverse work has taken him from post-war Liberia to Antarctica, the Arctic and the Amazon basin. His photographs of post-conflict Liberia and award-winning documentary film and online photo project Liberia 77, about the war-torn country reclaiming its photographic and cultural legacy, were featured at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles and in the first post-war photographic exhibition at the National Museum of Liberia in Monrovia. His work has been featured in The Guardian, Canadian Geographic and The Globe and Mail. He also specializes in production stills; recent clients include the National Film Board of Canada, CBC, and Netflix. He lives in Vancouver with his wife Katie, and his one-year-old son, Ace.