This Privacy Notice is provided by Thomas Peter Hosking trading as Tom Hosking Wedding Photography (“THWP”, “me”, or “I”). It covers your rights in relation to the Data Protection Act 1998 (“DPA”), the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (“PECR”).
This Notice also explains how THWP complies with the DPA, GDPR and PECR as well.
THWP is both the controller and a processor of all personal data collected.
Date this Notice was created: 13th May 2018
Date this Notice was last modified: 13th May 2018
Both THWP and this website, tomhoskingweddings.co.uk, comply with the DPA, GDPR and PECR. The GDPR comes into effect on the 25th May 2018. This Notice is updated whenever changes are made to relevant data protection legislation.
Under the GDPR, you have a number of different rights relating to your personal data and how it is processed. They are as follows:
Most of these Rights will apply to your personal data and how it is processed by THWP, but some (such as the right to data portability and rights related to automated decision making including profiling) are not relevant to this business at the time of writing.
Cookies and website visitor tracking
This website makes use of several cookies, most notably ones relating to Google Analytics.
Client contact information
I use personal data, provided directly and voluntarily to me by clients, to carry out my contractual obligations. This means that it’s information I need to do my job. This personal data includes, names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and further information which I need to complete your photography requirements.
Email addresses for gallery login
To deliver images to clients, I make use of a gallery and proofing service: Pixieset Media Inc. When clients share their galleries with friends and family, they will need to enter their email address to gain access to Pixieset, with the email address acting as a login. This allows users to create favourite lists, leave comments and also share images effectively. This is also necessary for the ordering of prints. For further information about how Pixieset collects and processes personal data please visit the Pixieset website.
More detailed information
If you want to contact me with questions about your personal data, wish to exercise any of your rights or ask me further detailed questions, please use the contact form at the bottom of this page.
Other than those third parties mentioned in this Notice and listed below, THWP shall not pass your personal data to any third party.
Your personal data may, subject to my obligations to comply with data protection legislation, be shared with the following third parties:
In certain circumstances I may also share your personal data with third party media businesses for the purposes of marketing my offerings, improving my services, and running a profitable business. These third party businesses may include, wedding magazines/publications, wedding websites, social media sites, or other outlets, with the aim of raising public awareness of my business.
THWP stores your personal data in the EEA and THWP retains full details of your personal data for as long as it takes to complete your photography requirements. I will not normally delete your personal data seven years after completion of your photography requirements. If you would like me to delete your personal data at any time, you have to right to request me to do so.
By using this site and/or engaging me on my Terms and Conditions, you agree to be bound by this Notice.
You have the right to withdraw your consent to be bound by this Notice at any time. If you wish to do so, please use the contact form at the bottom of this page. You also have the right, as set out above, to withdraw your consent to my processing your personal data.
As well as the right 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, you can find out more here.