“In the beginning, I was really just goofing around,” stylist Katie Burnett recalls of the striking, surrealist self-portraits that she started shooting last March. In the early days of quarantine, she suddenly found herself isolated in her Brooklyn apartment, away from the sets that she’d grown accustomed to during her six-year career. Those impromptu photoshoot sessions became a creative outlet: “I realized I loved making pictures,” she says. Soon, in lieu of the Centrefold and Vogue Italia spreads that once occupied her Instagram feed, she began posting the black-and-white snaps—much to her followers’ delight. “I was shocked by the number of people who were responding and saying that they were inspired by or looked forward to my portraits, so I just kept going with it,” she says. Now, that body of work can be found beyond the screen, too, thanks to her new book, Cabin Fever.