The travel photographer, writer, and on-camera host came up with a series called "Our Great Indoors" while she was in lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic. Inspired by some of the places she has visited, which happen to be some of the most fascinating around the world, each scene is composed and photographed to look as though it really was snapped in jaw-dropping nature.
While it can take her 10 minutes to an hour to set up a scene, it usually takes 30-60 minutes to shoot it. As well as things found and made in the kitchen, including pancakes, watermelon, broccoli, asparagus, and herb sprigs, the Los Angeles-based creative has used various items ranging from pillowcases, lamps, and tinfoil to sheets and raincoats. 
Let us take a look at some of her Work: