Lifestyle Brands & UR1 International Photo Frames and Photo Albums

       About Us

UR1 International is an Australian-based company that designs, markets and distributes an innovative range of unique and conventional photo albums and photo frames throughout the world. Since its inception in 1983, UR1 has become Australia’s leading distributor of frames and albums, focusing its activities on innovating, marketing and distributing quality products.
Known as "the innovators, not the imitators", the UR1 marketing team develops numerous products and ranges every year.

We believe that keeping and displaying memories is extremely important and that every customer is different which is why we continue to offer a diverse range of frames and albums for our customers to choose from.
Our extensive frame range includes materials such as wood, pewter, aluminium, zinc, glass, acrylic and poly resin, just to name a few. The wide range of albums we offer include baby, home decor, trend, and special occasion in many different photo capacities and styles.

UR1 supplies independent photo stores, supermarkets, mass merchants, speciality retailers and department stores, both in Australia and overseas. We are fully integrated to conceptualize, design, source, distribute and visually present our products through all retail channels.

Our aim is to provide a unique, innovative and diverse range of quality products for customers to store and display their precious memories for a lifetime.


The Cambodia Rural School Trust was the brain-child of 14 year-old Steph Palti. The NGO (Non-Government Organization) was founded in 2011 with the goal of ‘Breaking the Poverty Cycle Through Education’.
The NGO now sponsors 23 students to attend school and university in Siem Reap Cambodia, a government primary school in Chunlorng Village Cambodia, as well as the annual rice supplies to a rural orphanage. All of the children come from extremely poor subsistence-farming families and most are the first family members to attend high school. Our aim is to sponsor the children through high school and then on to vocational training or university. With education and better employment prospects, the children will be able to help their families and villages break the poverty cycle.