Our Team

The incredible team members for Wild Things Roam Org. are unpaid volunteers, passionate about helping the cause. We are a charitable initiative that is self funded to provide support and assistance to select organisations and initiatives, so all money raised goes to where it is most needed – direct to our supported projects.

Kate Webster

Head Honcho

Kate Webster is a world traveller, ocean lover and conservation warrior who is determined to make every moment count for not only herself but the world around her. This has inspired Kate to translate those moments and share them through her storytelling.

An adventurer at heart with a curious spirit to explore, her work as a travel journalist has taken her to the edges of the Earth, which she captures in her words and photography. A dedicated David Attenborough and Jane Goodall fan, Kate has delved into the world of wildlife and conservation travel to bring awareness.



Jason Savage

Man With A Camera

Jason is a wildlife and conservation photographer from Australia that has a passion for travel, wildlife and the environment. Three and half years studying and working in South Africa led Jason to become a qualified safari guide. He spent over a year working as head rhino monitor for a private reserve in South Africa. During this time, he realised the power photography has to raise awareness about wildlife and conservation issues. This has taken him to the jungles of Sumatra and Borneo to work with community rangers, to Bali to film a documentary on the human wildlife conflicts involving the king cobra and to Bolivia to investigate the effects the soy industry was having on illegal deforestation in the country.




Werner le Roux

Camera Wrangler

Werner has spent the past 10 years in the South African bush after completing his studies in game ranch management and photography. Dust from almost every province has stained his boots a darker brown than the shoe polish you can buy at the shops. Conservation has become a real passion for him taking every opportunity to work behind the scenes when the guests aren’t looking for Simba. Having a camera around his neck 24/7 and dust-stained boots make him a terrible dancer only doing it as a form of self-defence.