Harrison Hahne-Lum is a teenage filmmaker who spent over 2 years making his stop-motion masterpiece, A Swan Story, all by himself. He does writing, directing, editing, and acting. He also has autism and dyslexia, but he doesn't let that get in the way of producing creative and entertaining films. Harrison has volunteered on several projects made by filmmakers with autism and help their dreams come to reality. One of his short films, The Jerry Condition, got a standing ovation and won several awards, including best comedy. Harrison just started college and is slowly working his way to becoming a big-time Hollywood director.