Luke Kerr and Louis Cooke at Frankston Arts Centre

In this short summary of speeches, Real Time Learning Director Luke Kerr and Mt Eliza student Louis Cooke, discuss the topic of bullying and the importance of entrepreneurship and engagement in education. This short video features Louis’ bullying information film, “I’m Sorry.” Adobe has endorsed “I’m Sorry” as part of its Bully Project and Louis’ film is currently screening at Mornington Cinema.

Camera: Luke Watters

Technical: David Muir

Editing: Terry Cantwell


Brent Pullar at Frankston Arts Centre

Brent Pullar was an extremely successful property agent who owned one of Victoria’s largest real estate companies. In 2011, a freak accident almost destroyed him physically, financially and psychologically. Through tremendous determination, Brent overcame life-threatening physical disability and deep despair┬áto reinvent himself. The experience changed his perception of his life. In this presentation, he tells his story in order to motivate others. Camera: Luke Watters. Technical: David Muir. Editing: Terry Cantwell.