Talent

We partner with our talent clients to find and manage on and off-air opportunities that demonstrates their expertise, as well as supports their interests. We work hard to grow their profile, manage their personal brand and, through contract negotiation ensure that they are fairly remunerated.


Kevin, also known as The Lion Whisperer, is a world-renowned wildlife conservationist and filmmaker. Through his unique ability to relate to lions, as well as his work in the media and activities alongside fellow campaigners, researchers and scientist, Kevin’s mission is to highlight the status of Africa’s most iconic predator.

...More

Stewart is a well-respected British explorer and naturalist, a prolific author and a talented producer and presenter of documentaries. He has most recently been seen on screen in the UK and internationally presenting the BBC’s Britain’s Treasure Islands. He regularly raises funds for wildlife conservation causes and founded Ark of Life

...More

Kurdt Greenwood is a young, dynamic, South African naturalist who is on the cusp of making it big. He’s a wildlife expert and his infectious passion for snakes knows no bounds. However his rural upbringing and love of nature has also made him a fan of all creatures and he is at home with everything from deadly green mambas to warthogs and lions. His first major series Deadliest: South Africa (3 x 60), where he searches for Africa’s deadliest 12 snakes, has recently been commissioned by Discovery.

...More

Dr Gerhard Steenkamp is one of the world’s top veterinarians, with a special interest in dealing with dental, oral and maxillofacial (face and jaw) patients. He lives in Pretoria, South Africa, where he’s also a senior lecturer at the University of Pretoria. His work has taken him all over the world and even featured in a film about a dentally challenged lion that has been seen by 12 million people and won a prestigious Bronze Award at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.

...More

Kerri Wolter is one of the world’s leading experts on vultures and a recognised ‘vulture whisperer’. She has devoted the past 14 years of her life to understanding and protecting these much-maligned creatures and established VulPro NPC in 2007. In her role as CEO she has built VulPro NPC into the biggest vulture centre in South Africa, with over 130 non-releasable vultures. Her work at the centre spans vulture rehabilitation, breeding and hand-rearing for, supplementation and reintroduction purposes, research, field monitoring and surveys, threat mitigation as well as running education and awareness programmes across South Africa.

...More

Gary Witheford is an acknowledged ‘horse whisperer’ and has more than 30 years experience of working with horses behind him. He is also the first person to ‘break in’ zebras and has been termed ‘the magic man’ – but he prefers to call himself a simple ‘horseman’.

...More

John William Cooper is a self-taught dingo wrangler and has spent more than 30 years being fascinated with Australia’s most famous dogs. An expert in dingo ‘lingo’, he could also be termed a dingo whisperer and spends his time rescuing and rearing dingo pups, as well as being Australia’s go-to man on everything dingo related. John has made numerous media appearances, most notably in Dingo Love, a film that aired on ABC in Australia. It was also shown in numerous cinemas and was a finalist at a number of film festivals.

John grew up on Woodford Island in the Clarence River and lived there until he was 14 with his five siblings and parents. He was very sporty when younger and succeeded in amateur boxing. He undertook a range of different jobs including swimming pool attendant and blacksmith, until he settled on a cattle farm in Nymboida. It was here in Nymboida that he spotted his first dingo and it was love at first sight. John was intrigued by the pups that he would see wandering around and used to observe them, occasionally trying to catch one to see if it could be tamed.  Six years ago, after finding a littler in a hollow log, his intense relationship with dingoes really began in earnest and he started to see himself as “their human”, rather than “his dingoes”.

Today he spends time travelling around, educating people about dingoes and sharing his experiences. Dingoes can pose a threat, especially to cattle, so John also finds wild pups, trains and rehomes them, in a bid to control dog numbers and maintain cattle populations in key areas.

John still lives in Nymboida on a 750-acre ranch on which he has a herd of cross-bred cattle – and numerous dingoes – most of whom can hear his car coming from two miles away! His three adult children visit regularly and share his passion for conservation and the outdoor life.

...More

Divan Grobler is a passionate young conservationist from South Africa, who is currently hand-rearing an abandoned, orphan baby rhino in a game reserve. Lions are also a big favourite of his and he went undercover to expose the canned hunting industry in the documentary Blood Lions.

...More