Updated: Thursday 21 September 2023.
Tommy James Photography collects only personal information about you, such as your name, address, email address, or telephone number that you voluntarily provide to us. we may receive personal information about you when you send us an email through our website or sign up for our newsletter (if applicable). We may forward the personal information you provide to us to the person or department (internally) equipped to handle your request or respond to your inquiry.
Tommy James Photography does not sell any personal information we receive through email, website, or to any third party.
Tommy James Photography agrees to not add such information to any bulk email list we may prepare.
Our communications with you.
Tommy James Photography will contact you regarding your inquiry, booking, As necessary or to collect monies owed to the business. Therefore I may contact you via email, telephone, text message, messenger, and/or postal mail.
What do we do with the information we gather?
Tommy James photography requires collected information to understand your requirements and to provide you exceptional service. in particular for the following… Tommy James Photography may use collected information to improve services and our products supplied to you. Tommy James photography may (if applicable) send newsletters regarding offers and new products which may be of interest to you using the email provided and given consent to use. Tommy James Photography may contact you via email, phone, or post but only if consent has been given for contact of such kind. Information provided may be used on tommyjamesphotography.co.uk in regards to feedback and reviews or in the extent to recommendations.
At the time of writing I do not generate a newsletter, offer subscriptions, and do not produce bulk or direct mail shots for marketing. If contact is made this will be regarding an inquiry or your interest in purchasing a product from the packages or services I offer. All forms of communication will be directly sent and received from me to you.
How long do we keep your information for?
For purposes of the business and accounting. this length of time will be determined by legislation. Tommy James Photography stores your personal information under full security and retains said details of your personal data for as long as necessary to complete your requirements. All personal data will be deleted six years after completion of your photography needs due to the obligatory requirements of my HMRC tax records. Clients of Tommy James Photography retain the rights for your personal data to be deleted before this point which can be exercised by submitting a formal request for deletion via email to email@example.com
All edited photographs displayed on tommyjamesphotography.co.uk inclusive of purchased are displayed under the copyright guidelines of Tommy James Photography and are protected under the copyright, designs, and patents act 1988. Use of photographs purchased by clients as part of their contract or package inclusive of digital files, prints, canvases, albums, and all other materials are granted limited reproduction rights including printing and sharing for personal use only. This entitles producing of printed matter only. The user license specifically excludes the sale of the digital files or items produced from the files for commercial gain, advertising, publicity, or any other commercial use without the written permission of Tommy James Photography. If permission is required to use any digital files commercially, or for any other use not listed here, or if any doubt exists as to the extent of licensed usage, then please contact Tommy James Photography. If you are a third party, such as wedding vendors, media, or magazines, and would like to use my photographic work please do so by contacting Tommy James Photography. Credit should be given to Tommy James Photography if using the work of Tommy James Photography inclusive of websites, forums, social media, and other public materials.
By using this site, you agree to be bound by this notice.
Your right to lodge a complaint
Along with the rights to withdraw consent and exercise any of the above rights mentioned under ‘Your rights under the GDPR’, you also have the right to raise a complaint with a regulatory body. In the United Kingdom, this is the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). If you have concerns about the way your data is being processed by an organisation.
How to contact me
Please contact us with any questions or comments about this policy, your personal data, our use and disclosure practices, or your consent choices by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.