I'm trying to educate people on the barriers and choices we as young people face every day. The fact is, people who are doing well in communities could play a part in changing some young peoples' lives, but many of them don’t.
I want to help youths stay away from crime and for them to see how much more to life there actually is.
There is no opportunity to mix with other young people and experience new things in certain areas and that’s what I want to change.
My Fixers film called ‘Through a Child’s Eyes’ aims to inspire young people to make something of their lives despite their personal circumstances.
One thing I don't want to do, however, is to stereotype all children from my hometown.
I just want to show that young people have a choice even if all they see are people in gangs and feel peer pressure to conform.
By going to university in Wales, I wanted to experience a bit of a culture shock, something different to what I'm used to.
Not many people create a successful life for themselves coming from areas that are known for crime, and even if they do, we never hear about them. With Fixers help, I’m trying to be one of the success stories.