I was bullied at school like many children out there.
I want to encourage other children to come forward and express themselves through creative things like music and storytelling.
Sometimes, the way that young people feel is often dismissed by parents, teachers and friends.
It's about time they express themselves without feeling judged or different through finding something that they enjoy.
I lacked confidence at school and didn't fit in with most people my own age and even to this day, some of the bullying is still affecting me.
My only means of escape was to relieve my pain through writing stories and music.
Both parents and children need to have a better understanding of issues so that they can be addressed rather than just shrugged off. I was lucky as I had very supportive parents. Not everyone has that privilege.
The Bullying Intervention Group is a social enterprise which encourages schools to look out for bullying and to provide support for those who are being bullied. They helped my project by offering advice and guidance.
I was very proud to see my finished Fixers film being screened at the Cramlington Voluntary Youth Project, Cramlington. It was great to see over 30 primary school pupils attend and get creative at the same time. I hope it inspired them in a positive way. Also in attendance was Val Mcfarlane, director of the Bullying Intervention Group who says:
'I believe in Kat's message and want to help open discussions with schools about taking this campaign forward.'