GDPR- I don’t like clutter so I won’t be hanging on to your details I promise
My Commitment to Your Privacy
What Information I Collect: You’re hopefully here in the search for a wedding Videographer and so if that’s the case I need a few details off of you to be able to get in touch so we can chat about your day. My website doesn’t store any information on you so there’s no need to worry on that front. When you contact me through one of my contact forms on the website I ask for: Name, Telephone number & email address basically so I can reply to your message in one form or another.
What I Do With This Information: Your details come through on an email which I access on my laptop or phone which are both password protected. I have a note-book where your details get transferred to and I mark off when you book me, when contracts are sent.
Right to Access, Rectification and remove: Your rights under GDPR and actually your rights from previous haven’t really changed. If you wanted to access what information I hold on you, you can get in touch and find out its usually your phone number and address that is it.
How I use your wedding film : As a Videographer I film lots of lovely moments of you. Aside from delivering your film to you I do also share some of the images and footage on Facebook, Twitter, vimeo and my website. I do ask your permission to share these in my contract but if you don’t want anything to be shared it won’t be. I just need to know about it in advance. By booking a wedding videographer for your day I assume that your guests are absolutely fine for me to film them. However if someone has specifically asked not to be filmed I will stay clear of them. Plus it’s your responsibility to make sure your guests are okay to be filmed.
GDPR Compliance: I try and keep up to date with the latest legislation and I’m proactively working towards being fully GDPR compliant. Thanks for reading this statement any questions don’t hesitate to ask.