At Art of You Boudoir, we value your privacy and are committed to maintaining the confidentiality and security of your personal information. We recognize the importance of your privacy and understand that your personal information deserves protection. The following policy outlines how we handle your personal information to protect your privacy.
Your photographs are for your personal use, and we uphold strict policies to protect them. We NEVER share your photos without your explicit permission, necessitating a completed Comfort Level Questionnaire and a signed Image Release. This process ensures we align with your preferences and consent before any action is taken concerning your photographs. Your level of comfort and privacy is our utmost priority.
We understand the sensitivity of our work and the necessity for discretion. To ensure your anonymity, we NEVER disclose the names of our clients unless they specifically ask to be tagged on social media platforms. We value your trust in our services, and this is one way we maintain that trust.
Our clients have varied preferences when it comes to the publication of their images. We are flexible and honor all client choices. Some clients grant us complete discretion in choosing images, while others prefer to personally select the photos to be posted. Some clients wish only for their faceless pictures to be included in our portfolio, while others permit any image to be published after a specified date, typically following the gifting of the images. Regardless of your preference, we respect your wishes fully and follow them to the letter.
Art of You Boudoir is committed to protecting your privacy online. We assure you that any personal or payment information provided to us is securely stored and used solely by us. This information is not shared with any third parties, unless in the case of direct purchases made through affiliate links chosen by clients.
We take security measures to protect your personal and payment information against unauthorized access, alteration, disclosure, or destruction. These measures include internal reviews of our data collection, storage and processing practices, and security measures, including appropriate encryption and physical security measures to guard against unauthorized access to systems where we store personal data.