We are Julianne and Steven Markow, travel wedding photographers based out of New Jersey. To find out more about us and our style, head over to our about section.

You can view some of our recent weddings below, including a review of our 2016 season. To see more examples of our work, check out our portfolio.

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Fiddle Lake Farm Carnival Themed Wedding | Travel Wedding Photographers | The Rock n’ Roll Wedding of Krystal & Jeff

We were so excited to finally return to Fiddle Lake Farm for Krystal and Jeff’s wedding! They had a rock andView full post »

Watkins Glen Wedding | NY Wedding Photographers | Melissa and Garret

There are a ton of things we can write here about Melissa and Garret’s wedding….but we feel like theirView full post »

Destination wedding photographers in Costa Rica | Costa Rica Destination Wedding | Jillian and Zachary

We were so excited to travel to Costa Rica for Jillian and Zachary’s wedding. Not only because Costa Rica is aView full post »

Inn at Fernbrook Farms Wedding | Alicia and Tommy

Alicia and Tommy are one of the most fun couples we’ve ever met. They had their wedding at The Inn at FernbrookView full post »

New Hope Wedding Photos | Abigail and Charles

Abigail and Charles are unique people and they decided to have a unique wedding day. After their intimate churchView full post »

Saltwater Farm Vineyard Wedding | Connecticut Wedding of Meaghan and Kevin

Meaghan and Kevin had a beautiful wedding at Saltwater Farm Vineyard in Connecticut. We had an amazing day, cappedView full post »

Destination Wedding Photographers | Destination Wedding in The Dominican Republic | Manda and Joe

We traveled to the Dominican Republic for Manda and joe’s wedding. While NJ was suffering through a heatwave,View full post »

Wedding Photographers in Long Island | Westbury Gardens Wedding Photos | Inn at Fox Hollow Wedding of Ari + Nick

Over the past year, we’ve had the pleasure of shooting 4 weddings for a huge family that calls itself theView full post »

Aldie Mansion Wedding | Philadelphia Wedding Photographers | Liz & Nick

Liz and Nick are two of the most fun, energetic, creative, and caring people we’ve ever met. They both enjoyView full post »

Sleepy Hollow Country Club Wedding | Kait and Ben

We are so lucky to have documented Kait and Ben’s wedding. It was a wedding that would make any photographerView full post »

Buttermilk Falls Inn Wedding | East Coast Wedding Photography | Erica and Brian

Erica and Brian met during a Broadway league softball game, she’s an actress, he’s a prop manager, and they’reView full post »

Houston Hall Wedding Photos | Manhattan Wedding Photography | Rachel & Rob

After Rachel walked down the aisle, she turned to her grandmother, handed over her bouquet, and asked her to be herView full post »


Our 2016 Story


So much happens in a year…..2016 was filled with so many ups and downs, triumphs and failures, so much fulfillment, and many disappointments. We traveled to Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic for weddings, and photographed all over New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. We dipped our feet in the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean Sea. We saw amazing sunsets, walked countless miles down forest trails, climbed trees, waded through rivers, peered over the ledge of an active volcano, and stood on rooftops in Manhattan.

On a personal level, we got a new puppy that keeps us really busy, we played a lot of music, bought a drum set, purchased a few guitars, and took a vacation to the Florida Keys. Like many people, we struggled with the political landscape and divisiveness of 2016. We saw friends and family leave our lives while other friends and family entered. We died a little inside when we helplessly watched starving refugee children beg for food and money on the border of Nicaragua and Costa Rica.

We are lucky that our job fills us with love, positivity, and hope for humanity. Our personal lives are so deeply invested into our work and we are extremely fortunate for that. We cannot thank all of our amazing couples enough; we want you to know that your memories are our memories too, and we appreciate every last interaction, tear, hug, and kind word that we experienced on your wedding day.

As we lay low here in February during our offseason, we use this time to reflect on ourselves personally. Life is a constant game of moving forward, and we want to use our time to create better art, become better people, and help those in need. Looking back on our 2016 wedding season, we can’t help but get excited to see what 2017 has in store for us.