Kirsty McCallum is a young, introverted but enthusiastic woman with a passion for Kelpies, horses, Agriculture, photography, the environment and her local community.
Brought up in the small town of Glenmaggie, Gippsland, with three older brothers she was often found hiking, camping and skiing in the Alpine National Park or riding horses with her friends.
When the Australian TV series McLeod’s Daughters came to our screens, Kirsty discovered and fell in love with the Australian Kelpie and was influenced in pursuing a career in the Agricultural industry.
However, life threw some curve balls her way in the shape of serious allergies to all things related to Agriculture and horses and having a bad back and knee caused from falling off a horse in her teens which prevented her to seriously chase after her dreams.
Over the years Kirsty taught herself how to use a DSLR camera and used her high school art background to develop her photography skills.
She uses photography to help her depression and to calm her anxieties.
In 2017 Kirsty quit her full-time job as a receptionist for a herd improvement company after she became ill from stress to start up KPN Photography and KPN Dog Training.
She gets great pleasure from capturing natural moments that get her clients excited.
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