Please tell us about yourself.
I'm a Yorkshire woman with an east London accent and am now a resident of Wales. I'm passionate about creative writing and communication between people.
What's your story about?
The impressions and assumptions of young children expressed in a barrage of innocent questions. It explains how children make simplistic links between colour and religion, and perhaps makes us think about where these ideas come from.
Why did you choose to tell this particular story?
It represents the curiosity of impressionable children. Living in an area where there is little diversity can limit exposure to colour variations in a family. I attempt to address my son's questions and those of his friends.
What did you find the most rewarding about the workshop?
The team were positive regarding the exploration process right through to film completion. I have enjoyed working alongside other participants and in some cases made new friends. This workshop has introduced me to new media of expression and I will go on to learn more.