Megan Spelman

Megan Spelman is an editorial photographer based in Hawaii and sometimes Spain
This Off-Grid Hawaii Homestead Is a Handmade Slice of Paradise
Zen and Arina escaped the rat race by building themselves a sustainable and off-the-grid homestead in the Hawaiian tropical jungle.
Feb 27, 2020
This Rustic, Handmade Hawaiian Home Started as a Gazebo
Ali and Peter Rabin live on six wild acres of coffee, citrus, banana, avocado, and more, in a house they built by hand, a dwelling that has changed shape and grown over the years.
Feb 9, 2020
A Rustic Hawaiian Home Has a Treehouse, Swing Beds, and Lots and Lots of Gorgeous Greenery
Name: Jeanne Marie and family Location: Holualoa on Hawai’i’s Big Island Size: 5,000 square feet across five structures on a one-acre lot Years Lived In: 30 years, owned Visiting Jeanne Marie’s Bali-style tropical compound in the jungle of Hawaii is an experience. There isn’t really anything like it. The space is private and magical with multiple structures, each inviting and bold.
Oct 10, 2018
A Colorful & Tropical Renovated Home in Hawaii
Name: Tara Gray, husband Luc, daughter Channing and bunny Lilly Location: Waikoloa, Hawaii Size: 1200 square feet Years lived in: 3 years, owned “What if we sold everything we owned and paid off all our debts…which would allow us to create some amazing new adventures for our family? ” Where could we go? Where would we want to live?
Jun 16, 2017
A “Rough Luxe” Organic Farm & Homestead on Hawaii’s Big Island
Name: Ana and Luis Castillo Location: 7 acre organic farm in Kealakekua Bay, Big Island, Hawaii Size: 1,100 square feet Years lived in: 14 years, owned/leased Luis and Ana Castillo met on Hawaii’s Big Island fourteen years ago. Former Californians, they pooled their talents for design and building to create a unique “Rough Luxe” seven-acre sustainable homestead and farm on the lush volcanic slopes of Mauna Loa.
May 25, 2017