Her experience with this inspired her to make the project, and to educate others on her condition. Rebecca Dann wrote on her website that she hopes to change the public's perception of people living with disabilities through the project, aptly titled 'I'm Fine'.
"'I'm Fine' is a project created by myself at University for my independent study. It is a project based around my Scoliosis and my encounters as someone with a Disability. It aims to explore the stigma around disabilities when it comes to dating. The text shows the things that I have had said to me over the years. With this project I hope to open the publics minds to the way they may perceive disabled people. This is a project that I will be continuing over my final year of University."
'I'm Fine' includes sculpture and photography of her back, showing her incredible beauty and her condition in detail.
The project caught the attention of Disability Talk, and won their photography competition, 'A World Of Unfairness'. Stephen Hawking awarded the prize to Rebecca Dann, and he told her that her portrait was 'truly inspirational'.