I don’t share your information
for any reason,
unless you specifically request that I do so.
Even if my lawyer says I have to, I still just may not recall.
Easy enough, right?
Despite a decent web footprint, I don’t want anyone to share my contact information with a marketing company without my permission.
My privacy is important. And I think that goes for everyone, so I stick to that.
That number is, unfortunately, more than zero.
But I wanted things to look right, and function well for my visitors. Making it an enjoyable experience is more important to me than zero cookies, and I think that’s a pretty fair deal.
Photos & Videos
I only use my own photos/videos, or stock photos/videos, or purchased photos/videos that I have the right to use.
I do my own stunts too.
I am a Remote Pilot Certificate holder (Part 107, aka Drone License). All aerial photos and/or videos were taken legally, and I am legally allowed to use these for business purposes.
I may also use content with attribution, or via creative commons (to demonstrate a point, but not to profit myself).
If you find an exception to this, please let me know and I will either remove or credit your photo or video, whichever is the more appealing option for you.
Do me a favor and let me know where I can find the offending exception – I have a lot of content, so I can’t easily chase something random down.
Copyright is simple too:
My content is mine, but generally speaking, please feel free to share it – with attribution when appropriate.
Cool: Sharing a blog post or YouTube video. I mean, that’s what it’s there for!
Not Cool: Downloading property photos that I paid for, without asking me, and using them to promote yourself.
Comments are not allowed directly on this website. I don’t see the point of allowing them, and they are generally nothing but spam.
Any form submissions will be added to my database.
That’s for my follow-up purposes only, and if you ghost me or tell me you’re not interested, then *poof*, right outta there!
Your information will not be shared with anyone unless you specifically request it, with the following exception:
If you are looking at a Vendor, and you tell me you want to work with “Bob”, I may call Bob to tell him to expect a call from “Jane S.”.
That’s it – no more personal information. Maybe your full name if that’s cool by you.