I want to inspire people with autism to become whatever they want to be.
I was diagnosed with the condition in 2009, when I was around eight. I have always tried to use it to my potential instead of letting it hold me back, and found that it's boosted my talents in a way.
I made a film with Fixers because I wanted to show that people with autism can do anything they set their mind to and that they shouldn't fear it, but believe in themselves.
They can be whoever they want to be and do whatever they want to in life.
Mary-Anne White and Lucy Wills
Me and my friends want young people to know that calories aren't the enemy!