Krystle Wright is an adventure photographer, cinematographer, and director from Australia, although she now lives a semi-nomadic lifestyle in her quest to capture and present unique moments from extreme sports, expeditions, and adventures across the globe. National Geographic lists Krystle as one of the leading female adventure photographers who is pushing the limits in the industry. The world has no boundaries, and she will do whatever it takes to shoot from her unique perspective–whether hanging from precarious positions on remote cliff edges, swimming through jagged, unexplored canyons, or trudging for days through baleful weather. For Wright, it’s about that final experience–capturing a fleeting moment, sharing a treasured insight, telling incredible stories about impassioned endeavors that might otherwise go undocumented. Krystle's assignments have covered all seven continents in over 55 countries–ranging from the Australian outback to Patagonia and the Antarctic. Her images have been published in National Geographic magazine and several National Geographic books, and she is a regular contributor to the @NatGeoTravel Instagram account. Her work has also appeared in Outside magazine, The Times, GQ, Red Bulletin, and the Huffington Post. Krystle speaks at worldwide photography and film festivals, hosts Canon Australia photo workshops, and enjoys sharing her love of photography and adventure with others.