As a migrant, Ep has dedicated his life to helping new arrivals – because he knows what they’re going through. With patience and a lot of love, he now teaches disadvantaged youth how to drive.
86 year old Logan local, Ep gives up thousands of hours a year to supervise learner drivers through their required 100 hours of driving practice via his local Queensland PCYC. His sense of humour is infectious and his attitude to life an inspiration to all.
Mags Scholes started her career as a researcher at the BBC, then moved into sound where she worked for 15 years alongside various Oscar and BAFTA-winning cast and crew before transitioning into production. In 2017, Mags relocated to Singapore as Head of Production for UK factual outfit MAKE Waves, headed by BAFTA-winning director Sarah Macdonald and previous CEO of BBC World News Sian Kevill. She has also worked in production management at ABC, NITV, SBS and Brisbane’s Wildbear Entertainment, overseeing feature documentaries Brock Over the Top directed by Kriv Stenders and Hating Peter Tatchell with Executive Producer Elton John. Throughout her career, Ms Scholes has delivered content for Netflix, Universal, HBO, Discovery, BBC, NHK, Disney, Channel NewsAsia, Channel 5 UK, ITV and MTV among others. Passionate about the importance of training, mentoring and diversity in the screen industry, Mags has lectured at a variety of tertiary institutions, and is also on the Management Committee of Dame Changer — a screen industry collective providing training and networking opportunities for women.