Ariel Winter keeps busy during coronavirus pandemic as she totes camera equipment out of studio in LA with boyfriend Luke Benward
Ariel Winter has been taking some precautions amid the growing coronavirus pandemic.
But the Modern Family star seems to be breaking quarantine as she gets to work on a new project.
She was spotted Monday toting some camera equipment out of a studio in Los Angeles with a boyfriend Luke Benward.
Staying busy: Ariel Winter was spotted Monday toting some camera equipment out of a studio in Los Angeles with a boyfriend Luke Benward
The 22-year-old sported all black in a comfy t-shirt with ripped jeans and a pair of black leather booties.
She carried a DSLR camera on a tripod as she left the studio and helped Benward, 24, load the car, which was surrounded by lighting equipment.
Ariel has starred on ABC’s perennially popular comedy Modern Family as the bookish daughter Alex Dunphy.
She’s currently being featured on the series’ 11th and final season, which airs its premiere on April 8.
Back in black: The 22-year-old sported all black in a comfy t-shirt with ripped jeans and a pair of black leather booties
Roadie vibes: She carried a DSLR camera on a tripod as she left the studio and helped Benward, 24, load the car, which was surrounded by lighting equipment
ABC announced this week that it would send the show off in style with a one-hour documentary airing just before the finale.
The special will include footage going from the most recent season all the way back to the inaugural shows from 2009.
So far, the show has won an astounding 22 Emmys, including five consecutive honors for Outstanding Comedy Series.
Now that shooting for Modern Family is finished, Ariel has had plenty of down time to social distance at home following California Governor Gavin Newsom’s shelter-in-place order on March 20.
Though she’s been able to break-up the time time at home with some trips for essential services, she’s also found ways to occupy herself around the house.
Ahead of the finale: Ahead of Modern Family’s final episode on April 8, a documentary titled, A Modern Farewell, is scheduled to air to commemorate the show and its 250 episode run
Special discovery: Ariel found a novel way to break up the shelter-at-home boredom when she discovered a massive cardboard cut-out of her head while cleaning
Earlier this month, she posted a funny video of herself after she uncovered a massive cardboard cut-out of her head.
‘Quarantine cleaning really unearths things you hate as well as great ideas for entertainment,’ she wrote.
The accompanying video showed the film and TV actress going to town on the flat head with a baseball bat.
As a friend tossed it in the air, she swung with the bat as if it were a piñata.
Home run: She whacked at it with a baseball bat as if it were a piñata while a friend pitched it to her