Lindsey Topham is a photographer and documentary filmmaker living in Western Massachusetts.  She has a Bachelor's degree in Film and Digital Media from the University of California in Santa Cruz, and a Master's degree in Photojournalism from Boston University.  She has over 10 years of professional photography and video experience. She loves to shoot weddings, bar mitzvahs, portrait sessions and any other variety of event large or small. Her work is heavily influenced by her background in photojournalism and documentary film work.  In 2016, Lindsey completed her first full length documentary film called "The Trails Are Free". The film follows the growth of ultra running and trail running in the greater Boston area through The Trail Animals Running Club. The project was self funded, shot, directed and edited in the wee hours of the night while her children were sleeping. It premiered in February 2017 at the Capitol Theater in Arlington, Massachusetts and has since been screened in New Zealand and South Africa. If you are interested in hosting a screening please be in touch. In her spare time, Lindsey is an avid runner and hiker.  She comes from a large Portuguese family that talks too loud and cooks too much.   (photo by Tara Sullivan)

Lindsey Topham is a photographer and documentary filmmaker living in Western Massachusetts.  She has a Bachelor's degree in Film and Digital Media from the University of California in Santa Cruz, and a Master's degree in Photojournalism from Boston University.  She has over 10 years of professional photography and video experience.

She loves to shoot weddings, bar mitzvahs, portrait sessions and any other variety of event large or small. Her work is heavily influenced by her background in photojournalism and documentary film work. 

In 2016, Lindsey completed her first full length documentary film called "The Trails Are Free". The film follows the growth of ultra running and trail running in the greater Boston area through The Trail Animals Running Club. The project was self funded, shot, directed and edited in the wee hours of the night while her children were sleeping. It premiered in February 2017 at the Capitol Theater in Arlington, Massachusetts and has since been screened in New Zealand and South Africa. If you are interested in hosting a screening please be in touch.

In her spare time, Lindsey is an avid runner and hiker.  She comes from a large Portuguese family that talks too loud and cooks too much.  

(photo by Tara Sullivan)