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What do you get when you tell a travel photographer she can’t travel? In this case, she’ll travel in her imagination instead! When the pandemic began impacting California, photographer Erin Sullivan asked herself how she could stay creative, continue creating beautiful images without leaving her apartment. “Our Great Indoors” was born–– miniature travel and adventure photography created with household objects and food. Through her series, Erin brought viewers to a canyon made from a paper bag, a glowing cave made of rain jackets, and more than one gelatin lake. She grew her community on Instagram in the process, and created a hashtag that they could participate in. In this talk, Erin tells the story of starting this project, the viral media coverage that followed, and how it changed the way she sees her work. If you need a little inspiration and encouragement to keep creating and sharing your work, this one’s for you.