Born 1965 in the small mining village of Worksop Nottinghamshire, Clayton Byfield the youngest of 7 children, has written a number of educational programs for young people surrounding gang culture prevention. As a youth facilitator, he also created a short documentary film "Guns Knives Destroy Lives" that appeared on Channel 4 'The Secret Millionaire' TV programme. He is founder and Managing Director of Congo Tree House Limited, children's brand creators of Storybook Monsters™ and Petathletes® fictional animation developed for TV and books aimed at very young children. Growing up in Nottingham he attended Frank Wheldon School before leaving without qualifications in search of a job, where he started a long career and business in Shop fitting, Point of Sale display and Print Communication. After the near fatal stabbing of his older brother during their late teens, and his nephews losing close friends in two separate fatal shooting and a stabbing incidents between 2006-2008, Clayton decided to launch his own anti-gun and knives campaign to appeal to youths in the Nottingham and East Midlands communities. The creation of the DONE WITH IT® educational book set is his latest Community and Social Responsibility project.