Jesse Hisco | Melbourne Wedding Photographer

22Apr2014

Rob + Virginia – Engagement Portraits

Night Noodle Markets – Melbourne – Australia

If I had to pick three things that I love about Melbourne it would be incredible food, rad people and killer coffee.

Virginia, coupled with a few friends and I met last year at One Fine Day Melbourne. We got to talking about her fiancé Rob and how he proposed at their favourite restaurant in Spain. Their love for great food shared with even better company is just one of many reasons I love these two. So when I suggested locations for their engagement session, it was a no-brainer to take advantage of the epic afternoon light and hit up the Night Noodle Markets.

I’m working on their thoughtful and heartfelt wedding at the moment and I can’t wait to share them with you. But for now lets check how date night went with these two beautiful humans. World, meet  Mr + Mrs Wise 

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13Apr2014

Lauren + Dane – Engagement Portraits

Half Moon Bay – Brighton – Australia

With only weeks to go until One Fine Day Melbourne, 2014 opens it’s doors on May 23rd + 24th at Abbotsford Convent. It got me thinking about how much fun I had and all the incredibly rad couples we met there last year, like these two cool cats. 

So if you’re planning a wedding and looking for some super cool inspiration and creative ways to think outside the box that will turn your day into a truly unique celebration, then do yourself a favour and pickup a ticket for OFD Melbourne here before they sell out. 

I’ve also got some news that’s doper than soap on a rope to announce in the coming weeks before OFD Melbourne kicks off so stay tuned for details.  For now, take a few minutes to soak up some serious summer vibes and checkout Lauren + Dane’s engagement session at Half Moon Bay.

See you there – J 

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26Feb2014

Made by Hand

butterland – victoria – australia

A major source of inspiration behind this collaborative shoot came from our deep appreciation for handcrafted arts

There is something to be said for going bespoke. In a world of mass production, the opportunity to meet the maker of your goods has a unique appeal. Having everything handmade by local artisans became elemental for this shoot!

Another source of inspiration came from our support for same sex marriage rights in Australia and around the globe.  Love is love!

Styling – Georgeous Occasion
Bespoke Footwear + Braces – Wootten
Bespoke Suits + Tie + Bow Tie – FT Russell & Co
Flowers – Katie Marx 
Glasses – Bailey Nelson
Handmade Pottery – Shelley Panton
Location and Furniture – Butterland
Models – Peter + Matthew

Published – Hello May Issue #3

 

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