Erin Sullivan is a travel photographer who spends much of her time shooting in the great outdoors. But when COVID-19 quarantines forced her to stay at home, Sullivan decided to flex her creative muscles with a new project titled Our Great Indoors.
Sullivan tells My Modern Met that after coming up with an idea, it takes 10-60 minutes to set it up and then another 30-60 to photograph it.
Here are some of the “nature” photos Sullivan has created so far:
Here are a few behind-the-scenes photos showing what these small-scale shoots look like:
Image credits: Photographs by Erin Sullivan and used with permission