Andy Fountain Photography

Victoria & James, Hinchingbrooke House, Cambridgeshire

August 2017

We had a great day with Victoria and James last weekend at Hinchingbrooke House near Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire and the weather wasn't going to stop us from creating some magic moments. The day started warm and sunny, but ended grey and wet, but with such a fun couple, and cool family, the day was one to remember, and their Queensberry album will be beautiful.

What truly distinguishes a Queensberry wedding albums is the human touch, and that's why we only use them for our deserving couples.

At it's very heart, Queensberry began out of a desire to design and make beautiful things. In 1969, in Auckland New Zealand, with no money but plenty of enthusiasm, a young Heather Baugh decided that she'd like to make her mother a leather handbag.

Coming from a family of artists and designers, creativity was in her DNA, and she soon discovered an affinity for leather that led her to start her own handcraft leather business. 

Heather made albums from the start, and as the family business continued to grow Queensberry's partnership with photographers created a strong foundation. Today, every product and service under the Queensberry brand must stand up to the test of making life for the professional photographer simpler, more profitable and more fun, from beautiful products and presentation, to online hosting and e-commerce.

At the same time we never forget Heather's insight that we, with our photographer partners, are here to serve those "strangers in the viewfinder" by crafting their memories into treasured possessions that tell their unique stories.

Victoria & James, Hinchingbrooke House, Cambridgeshire

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