Data Protection Policy

Who is collecting your data?

Paul Hill

Paul Hill and Maria Falconer collect data from you for business purposes. We are committed to safeguarding your privacy online and to this end have developed this Privacy Policy to deal with this.

What information is being collected?

When you decide to use one of our products or services we ask for some basic information - such as name, mobile phone number and email address.

How will your data be used?

In general we use your data to process your enquiries, to provide you access to our products and services, and to comply with legal requirements and safety measures required by authorities. If you opted in to receive marketing communication from us, we may send you information about events and workshops that may interest you and important information about our business.

How is your data collected and with whom will it be shared?

We collect your information when you decide to interact with us. This could include commissioning photographic services, registering for one of our workshops, purchasing online, or signing up to receive emails from us.
We use carefully selected third party systems and softwares to collect and store your data securely to which only Maria and Paul have access. We never pass on your details to any other organisation.
Systems and software that we currently use are:

  • Mailchimp
  • Dropbox
  • paypal
  • Password protected files

Access to your personal data

You are entitled to see, amend, or request to delete the personal information that we hold on you. If you would like to revise the information provided to us at any time, or feel what we currently have on record is incorrect, you may update the information by e-mailing us.


April 2019

Performing for the Camera- Nottingham

Dance4, Nottinghame April 13th - 14th, 2019


May 2019

Be Inspired

Montsoreau, The Loire, France May 28th - June 2nd, 2019


May 2019

Performing for the Camera - Edinburgh

Dance Base, Edinburgh, May 19th , 2019



One-to-One Tuition & On Location with Paul Hill.

Paul has been teaching photography for many decades in higher education and was the first professor of photographic practice in a British university. He created the famous Photographers‘ Place group workshops in Derbyshire and has specialised in one-to-one mentoring...