It can be difficult living with autism. The disorder affects my spacial awareness and I find any kind of change hard to deal with.
Coping with it becomes that much harder when there are people who like to make fun of you.
I was diagnosed 14 years ago, but it's not like you have a stamp on your head saying you are autistic. Sadly this doesn’t stop some from judging you.
Therefore, with the help of Fixers, I’m making a film to show what it can be like.
Hopefully it will help people understand it better and even support those who have it.
Comments about my film on social media have been really positive. You can read some of this feedback below.
'Great video. Well done to everyone involved!'
'Wow! Powerful film.'
'I think this film by Luke is brilliant for starting a conversation with people about what autism is all about.'
Shak & Natasha
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.