Hi, I'm Adrian
During a period of time between 2020 and 2021 I found I needed something to engage my brain whilst also getting me out the house without mixing too much (remember those days!) Using what I already had, which was simply an iPhone I began my journey into photography.
Today, now armed with a 'proper camera', multiple lenses and a DJI Mini 3 Pro drone, I am taking my hobby to the next level.
Whilst lacking the years of experience of many others, I am gaining knowledge quickly, working with other professionals, attending workshops and meeting with other creatives.
A number of my photos have already been used for editorial content, including the i national newspaper, local BBC, ITV news & Cotswolds Life magazine.
Data I hold:
I may allow search engines to index the photos stored on the portfolio galleries on this site. Clients will only be identified by first name. If you wish to use a pseudonym please let me know.
I may retain emails/Instant Messages received from clients in relation to enquiries and on-going projects.
The photos I take and the data I collect, whether in relation to client work or as part of any personal photographic project, are retained within my personal archive.
What I do with this data:
I run a mailing list for those interested in my projects via Mailchimp. This information will likely include your name and email address and if a corporate contact, your place of work. If you have contacted me directly, I may ask if I can add you to such mailing lists. I will never pass your contact details on to third-parties beyond that which is necessary in the functioning of my business, completion of my work for you, or without first seeking your permission. I may occasionally email an existing or past client if I have good reason to do so as allowed under GDPR.
I will sometimes make use of my photos in my online or printed portfolio, within my blog and on social media sites such as Instagram, Facebook, Tiktok and Vero. During initial sharing of media you will be asked if there are any specific images you do not want sharing on social media platforms by myself. This will be respected, but the subject must make this clear at the time. It may be impossible to remove these pictures from platforms years down the line, if for example, I no longer have access to the account or worst case scenario, have died!
All the photos I take are stored on offline hard drives as part of my archive, stored offline.
GDPR does not trump copyright. I will not destroy images on request.
You have the right to request an audit of the information I hold on you as per the GDPR guidelines.
This page may be updated from time-to-time inline with changes to GDPR regulations.