When I was a teenager I was always in and out of trouble with the police and spent a few months in prison.
In about four years I ended up getting 13 convictions for 20 offences - most of which were petty crimes.
When I came out of jail, I had a choice between a life of crime or the chance to turn my life around - I chose the latter.
I’ve managed to stay out of trouble for three years now and one of the reasons for this is my love for music.
With Fixers I have produced a music video to tell my story.
I want other offenders to realise that crime is not the answer.
Lynne Meechan, youth commission project officer, Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner
Supported my project by providing an interview for the news story.
The Prince's Trust
Provided a photo of me at their awards event in the ITV interview.
Woodmill Outdoor Activities Centre
Provided a location for us to film.
Shak & Natasha
Tilly and Bella
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.