Before working with Nightstop, I could of only imagined how hard it must be to be a young homeless person in Britain in this day and age, but after working with Nightstop on this insightful project, I have found that I have been totally oblivious to just how difficult the lives are for many homeless people my age and younger. It has made a big impact on my life after reading and being told many horrifying and upsetting biographical stories about young people that have had very traumatic times in their lives that have been helped by Nightstop and it has only given me a huge feeling of admiration for these many people that have been less fortunate than others. But most of all it has made me realise what an incredible, considerate and helpful charity Nightstop are. And after witnessing everything they do, I have found this experience very heartwarming and I am proud to be a small part of it.
I am qualified in Distinctions for many LAMDA (London Academy Dramatic Arts) examinations, and have also qualified in a BTEC national Diploma in performing Arts. After travelling South America, Thailand and Vietnam I am hoping to study a 3 year BA hons acting course at Manchester Metropolitan university to help me a pursue a career in acting. I hope to go into screenwriting one day as I have a strong passion in film and everything about it, and can only hope that one day I will be making my own film for real.