November 1986-2000 - I was born in November. My parents were involved in show business, my mother was a producer, and had produced several shows on the BBC. My father on the other hand, was an actor. They had met when my father was cast in the lead role in oneof the programs my mother produced. Due to their hectic schedules, they never spent much time with me. My father was getting quite old, and realized that his performing days were drawing to a close. Before he retired, he began to bring me with him to the studios. This is where I got my first taste of the limelight, as I ended up in the newspaper after being spotted at the studio. I was determined to follow in his footsteps, and had wanted to be an actor for a while.
'''This kid. He's gonna be something special. I just know it.'' - Anna Rogers (Midwife).
August 2011 - This was the month I graduated on. It was the best day of my life. Family and close friends were there. I had yet to make a breakthrough, and had made several short films and documentaries for film festivals, but I haven't won first prize in any so far. I was starting to lose confidence, but I knew that I was good enough. I just had to be. Eventually, a short film of mine called ''Winds Of Change'' had got featured in the British Urban Film Festival.
'''You know, I've met lots of young directors in my time, and I predicted that they'd all go on to bigger and better things. And you know what? I was right. Some of them make millions per film. I've got a knack for this kinda thing.
In fact, I've got a prediction for you right now. Skym's going to be a big name director one of these days. He's going places.'' - Kevin Allen on Will Skym.
January 2012 - After being featured in a few ''Directors To Look Out For'' lists after ''Winds Of Change'' was featured at the British Urban Film Festival, I thought things were only going to get better. I was wrong. The buzz about me had died down, and the media were now after some new director on the scene. People seemed to have forgotten about me. Not everyone, it seemed. A good friend of my mother's, who was a executive producer had approached me. My mother had managed to persuade him to give take a look at ''Winds Of Change''. He must have been impressed, or else he would never have given me the chance to direct his new film. He had given me a budget of £70,000 and 6 months. The £70,000, I could use for anything I wanted. The executive had taken care of all that. This was the break that I was looking for.
'''Listen here, kid, and listen well. You've got 6 months and £70,000. Hire some writers, some actors, rent some sets. Do what you want. You must think I'm crazy, practically handing £70,000 to someone, right? Wrong! When you're in the big time, like I am, that money is nothing. Go out and impress me! Good luck, son!'' - Executive Producer.