I have a condition called spina bifida, which basically means 'split spine'. It can affect people to different degrees - in my case, I am paralysed from my waist down and wheelchair dependent.
But having disability doesn't stop me from being active and taking part in sports. In my spare time I enjoy cycling, coaching basketball, playing boccia and sitting volleyball.
My PE teacher at school was brilliant. She basically said everyone else was doing sport so I would have to take part as well.
She got me doing boccia, which is basically bowls but for disabled people, and I’m actually a regional champion now.
I think being part of a sport gives you a sense of confidence and acceptance.
People accept you when you're part of a team and it makes you want to be part of something which ultimately you love. And I love sport, and to feel accepted into that is amazing.
For my Fixers campaign, I am creating a short film to get more people of all abilities trying out disability sport.