Interior design photography can some times take a back seat in a big project. As an architectural photographer, I capture the big picture. I take aerial photographs that show the location, layout and overall structure of a building.
Then I focus on the facade and exteriors. I take photos from different elevations, vantage points and at different times of the day.
Then I move on to the interiors. I take photos of living areas, the kitchen and bedrooms and more. I keep the verticals vertical. I try to showcase the life that will be had in a space.
My photography shows the vision of the architect.
The team or person that makes a place hospitable and inviting is the interior designer. They pick the furniture and furnishings. They select the lights and fixtures. They procure and install works of art. They showcase the creativity of known and unsung artists. They select products that only live in obscure catalogs.
Focusing on the Small Details
We work with many such designers, and try to take some time to photograph the little details of their work.
We especially love it when they win industry awards with our photos. Cheers to the interior and exterior designers out there!
Nestled above the 14th Fairway with miles of ocean views is this remarkable Asian inspired luxury residence designed by architect Roger Brasel.
The grand entry with massive Ohia posts and soft tropical landscape is a grand entry for this unforgettable residence.
One of the key features of this home you will notice immediately upon entering is the ribbon African mahogany finishes found throughout the entire home.
The open floor plan design seamlessly blends the living room the homes gourmet kitchen opening to an expansive lanai that merges with the infinity pool that overlooks the fairway.
Designed for entertaining, there are miles of ocean and coastline views for you and your guests to enjoy.
Taking full advantage of the island’s breezes each room offers ample light and cross ventilation. This pod style residence features: three suites, a den, home theater, spacious home office, game room that may easily be converted into guest quarters, infinity pool with Jacuzzi and cold plunge, custom African mahogany cabinets built by Roy Lambert, rare granite bathrooms, custom window treatments, Travertine and Brazilian teak floors. The interior designed by Christina Birtcher blends Asian inspired furnishings with custom art pieces and murals by talented Hawaiian artists.
Located minutes from Hokulia’s Members Only Club House, this is an ideal luxury residence in a serene private setting.
Nestled above Hokulia’s 14th Fairway with miles of ocean views is this remarkable Asian inspired luxury residence designed by Kona architect Roger Brasel.
Designed with detail, quality craftsmanship, and strategically placed artistic details are a few of the features that differentiate this exceptional retreat from any that you will see here on the Big Island
The grand entry lined with massive Ohia posts, mosaic stone work, and soft tropical landscape creates a magnificent entry for this unforgettable residence. A stunning home with upgrades and unique features in every room needs to be seen to be appreciated.
The Club at Hokulia African ribbon mahogany lines the great room’s ceiling and extends without interruption into the ceiling that covers the expansive 750 square foot lanai. 9.5 ft custom mahogany pocket doors open the living space to its expansive lanai that provides multiple areas for you to relax and entertain.
The main 3,730 square foot main living pod’s open floor plan design seamlessly blends the living room and gourmet kitchen. An extensive pod style floor plan that consists of 3 guest suites, 4.5 baths with over 8,000 sq.ft., designed to be spacious yet very welcoming. Designed as a self contained luxury retreat, the residence features a six seat home theater and game room.
The elegant loggia hallway, highlighted with hand carved statuary, leads to a spectacular master suite. Customized with Brazilian teak floors and beautiful hand painted mural by local artist Deb Thompson, the master suite is its own private retreat. Taking full advantage of the islands tropical breeze, mahogany pocket doors open the suite to the pool lanai and spectacular ocean views.
Across the pool area surrounded by gardens, is the guest pod with two suites that are divided by a spacious covered lanai. This home has an ideal floor plan for hosting guests. Perched above the guest suites is a fantastic home office to conduct business while on holiday.
Resembling a command deck of a great ship, this is an ideal work space with west facing pocket sliding windows that look out to the horizon. Located minutes from Hokulia’s Members Only Club House, this is an ideal luxury retreat for those who seek outstanding views in a serene private setting.
Hualalai Luxury Home Photos – This spacious residence at Hualalai Resort is ideal for both golf enthusiasts and those who seek to be in proximity to all of the resort amenities and view the Mitsubishi Electric Championship. Overlooking the beautiful lake on hole 5 on Hualalai’s Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course where you can watch PGA Tour players compete from your lanai.
Another unique feature is its panoramic mountain view. While sipping Kona coffee, early risers get to enjoy watching the sunrise over Mauna Kea, Hualalai, and the Kohala Mountains. As the sun passes to the west, the evening sunsets and moon rise cast brilliant gold and red hues onto the gorgeous towering mountains.
Designed by architect Lucky Bennett, this spacious 4,821 square foot floor plan is excellent for hosting a number of guests. The great room blends the sizable kitchen, living room, dining room, BBQ area, and lanai into one living space so that you may easily entertain.
The main living area also includes a master and guest suite, powder room, and a spacious home office. Adjacent to the courtyard entrance are two private entry guest suites with full baths and garden showers. The homes floor plan is ideal for accommodating a multi-generation family or perhaps vacation rental guests.
Situated on a large lot just under an acre, the manicured grass setback from the golf course provides ample privacy plus additional lawn area for recreation.
Designed by architect Lucky Bennett, with a spacious 4,821 square foot floor plan is excellent for hosting guests. The great room blends the sizable kitchen, living room, dining room, BBQ area and lanai into one living space so that you may easily entertain.
The main living area also includes two suites with private garden showers, powder room and a spacious home office. Two additional suites each with full baths and private garden showers are separate from the main living area. Custom finishes such as; gorgeous Egyptian plaster walls, Koa and Mahogany cabinets, Mahogany shutters and soffits, honed teak and stone floors, granite counters, and inlaid ceilings are found throughout.
Situated on a large lot of nearly ¾ of an acre plus a manicured grass setback from the golf course that provides ample privacy and additional space for recreation.
This Ka’ulu Estate is one of the most central lower locations in Hualalai Resort. The Member’s only Keolu Club House, Four Seasons Hotel, Canoe Club, Nicklaus and Weiskopf golf courses, restaurants, spa, tennis, Club Concierge, and beach activities are all just minutes away.