Whilst enrolled as MA Photography student at Falmouth University, Dayana Sharon Marconi created the photographic project “I can hear you now”. In her work, she is interested in exploring the ways in which photography can be used as a tool for psychological research, investigating the inner world of the portrayed individuals and viewers. She is particularly interested in the impact who of anxiety disorders and panic attacks. As a sufferer of anxiety disorders, she often feels the urge to scream out in pain, but this inner pressure is never expressed. Our lives are managed by social norms that stigmatise these behaviours and Marconi wants to create a constructive dialogue around mental health issues, still considered taboo in our culture.