Jonathan Hillyer is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and has been photographing for architects, interior designers and corporate clients for over 25 years. He is passionate about capturing the rhythm and spirit of his subjects, translating three dimensional space into iconic images which reveal his clients' design vision.
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Mentions of Jonathan Hillyer
New High-tech Classroom Building Designed to Transform Seminary Educational Experience
A serendipitous alignment of program, a compatible historic structure and creativity, have resulted in an environmentally sensitive, high-tech classroom building that is transforming the teaching and learning experience - along with the entire campus - at Columbia Theological Seminary.
GSA Gets New Contemporary Region Headquarters in Atlanta's Former Great Depression-era Main Post Office
Focusing on the confluence of sustainability and historic preservation, Lord, Aeck & Sargent has designed and overseen a $62 million exterior restoration and interior rehabilitation/adaptive reuse of downtown Atlanta's former Great Depression-era main post office.
Nation's First 21st Century Public Four-year College Opens Student Center
With the opening of an 81,400-square-foot Student Center, the nation's first public four-year college founded in the 21st century recently made a transition from a commuter school to a more traditional campus community.
New Green Residence Hall at Columbia Seminary Awarded LEED Gold Certification
Opened last summer, the new "green" residence hall for Columbia Theological Seminary students has earned the prestigious Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification by the United States Green Building Council.
Camp's New Treehouse Provides Play and Educational Opportunities
Come take a walk on the "Wild Side"... or a roll, a climb, a slide or a swing.
National Park Service Gets Long-awaited Destination Center at the Blue Ridge Parkway
After more than 20 years of planning, Blue Ridge Parkway has a new destination center to orient visitors to the history, culture and resources of the Parkway and its surrounding region.
All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory Scientists Get New, Sustainable Building
For nearly a decade, scientists in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park were working in less than optimum conditions on the All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory (ATBI), a project that is documenting the 800-square-mile Park's estimated 100,000 species of living organisms.
A Working Model of Sustainable Design: Gwinnett County Educational Center
When Gwinnett County, Georgia, sought an architecture firm to design its first "green" building - an educational center envisioned to be a working model of ecologically sustainable design - it launched a nationwide search.