Mark Robertson



One Vision Productions seeks to create change throughout Australia through film


Telephone 0402 747 989
Mobile 0402 747 989
Address 1/19 Cooloola Avenue, Lennoxhead


Mark Robertson is the CEO of One Vision Productions- A Non-for-Profit organisation introducing arts based multi-literacy programs targeting isolated and marginalised Indigenous communities.
Marks aim is to empower individuals to make positive life choices and create social change.

The Mission of OneVisionProductions is to empower and educate vulnerable youth through the arts to make positive life choices that enable them to maximise their highest potential.

Our hip hop music, dance and film production workshops provide an innovative educational opportunity and a means of social connection for marginalised youth. Through collaborative programming with schools and other community-based organisations, we provide educational, social, mentoring and music opportunities to enhance the academic performance, community connections and career options of young people.

Our workshops promote self expression through movement music and art, promoting wellbeing and enhancing morale.

The workshops combine the use of hip-hop, theatre, film production and fitness programs, with participants learning new skills while being able to be a part of a quality learning environment where positive outcomes are reached.

Mark began these projects 6 years ago and has traveled to nearly 40 communities in Australia initiating hip/hop and film projects. He recently taught hip-hop in the UK and Ireland, and in being a qualified high school English/Drama teacher have realised the dramatic impact that these programs can have to young people’s lives; especially for high needs children.

Career Highlights

Mark has won many awards as a frontline Audio/Video producer including;
Winner of 2009 Young Social Pioneers award for Australia
Nominee for Australian of the year award 2011
Finalist for global citizens award in New York
Currently awaiting acceptance as a winston Churchill fellow for outstanding work throughout Australia in music and film production

He has also been nationally recognised being one of Australia leading entrepreneurs and was even invited to have lunch with Prince Harry on his arrival in Australia. He has completed a Bachelor of communications, Diploma of education and is currently completing a psychology degree and diploma of governance and hopes to continue to be apart of helping the youth of Australia.

Production Credits



Language: ENGLISH

Number of Episodes: 12 Episodes

Total Duration: 47 Minutes Approximately


Age 35-44 years old
Indigenous No
Membership Type Professional