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Krystle Wright hasn’t led a traditional sort of life. The 32-year-old born and raised Queenslander has built a reputation for being into the extreme: travelling where there’s no WiFi, hanging from cliff faces, wading through murky waters… and taking exquisite photos at the same time.
Which is why the Queensland-born adventure photographer has earned the reputation as a woman who pushes the boundaries of life and art – literally.
Growing up on the Sunshine Coast of Australia, Krystle says she knew from a young age that she was meant to live the life she’s living.
“I knew I had to be outside, I knew that’s the only way I could be happy,” she tells Mamamia. “I was always comfortable being out of my comfort zone.”
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This is 21 year old Krystle (which btw is 10 years ago). I gloriously fucked up many times throughout my 20s in both my career and personal life but I can say that I don’t carry any regrets… Even my overseas adventures to exotic dentists who caused the odd momentary excruciating hell. • On April 28/29 in Sydney ????????, I’ll be sharing my story on stage for @apertureaustralia and be sure to use This code for a discount: KW150 \\||// @canonaustralia @aquatech_imagingsolutions @keen @bigagnes_ @fstopgear @thepoolcollective #sponsored #KEENambassador ????