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Last updated 23 April 2024.

This Cookie Notice explains how we use cookies and similar technologies as well as the options you have to control them.

What are cookies and how does use them?

A cookie is a small text file that a site stores on your computer or mobile device when you visit the site. Browsers support cookies and similar technologies (such as local storage and pixels) so that a site like can remember information about your visit and can use the information to improve your experience and to create aggregated anonymised statistics about usage of the site. In this Notice, we use the term “cookie” to refer both to cookies and similar technologies.

Cookies may be set by the site you are visiting (called “first-party cookies”) or by a third party, such as those who provide analytics or advertising services or interactive content on the site (“third-party cookies”). In addition to using cookies on our sites, we may also serve our cookies (specifically, our advertising pixel) on third-party sites operated by advertisers who use our advertising technology.

Our first-party cookies include cookies that are strictly necessary, functional cookies, cookies related to analytics/performance and advertising-related cookies.

Strictly Necessary: These cookies are necessary for our services to function properly and securely and cannot be switched off in our systems. You can set your browser to block or alert you about these cookies, but then some parts of the site will not work.

Experience: These cookies enable to provide enhanced functionality and personalization. If you do not allow these cookies then some or all of these features may not function properly.

Statistical: These cookies allow us to count visits and traffic sources so we can measure and improve the performance of our site. They help us to know which pages are the most and least popular and see how visitors move around the site.

Third-Party Cookies:’s services also include cookies from third parties that we partner with directly or indirectly.

3rd Party Cookies

Our website utilizes third-party services to enhance user experience and provide valuable features. These third-party services may use cookies and similar tracking technologies to collect information about your interactions with our website. Below, we outline the third-party services we use and how they may utilize cookies:

YouTube: We embed videos from our official YouTube channel to provide engaging and informative content to our users. YouTube may use cookies to collect data about your interactions with the embedded videos, such as your IP address, device information, and browsing behavior. This information is governed by YouTube’s Privacy Policy, and we encourage you to review their policies for more information on how they handle data collected through cookies.

HubSpot: We use HubSpot as our customer relationship management (CRM) platform to manage interactions with our website visitors and customers. HubSpot may use cookies to track your interactions with our website, including pages visited, forms filled out, and other engagement metrics. This data helps us analyze and improve our services. For more information, please refer to HubSpot’s Privacy Policy.

Flickr: We may embed images from our Flickr account to showcase visual content on our website. Flickr, owned by SmugMug, may use cookies to collect information about your visit to our website, including image views and interactions. Your use of Flickr services is subject to their Privacy Policy, and we recommend reviewing their policies for further details.

How do I control cookies and how my data is used?

There are a number of ways you can control how information is collected from cookies on and how that information is used. website

Click here to customise the website cookie settings

Your browser settings

Your browser includes controls that allow you to manage the use of cookies by the sites that you visit. Most browsers have features that enable you to see and delete cookies stored on your device and to block cookies from all or selected sites. For more information, here are links to external help materials from some of the popular browsers:

Mozilla Firefox
Apple Safari
Google Chrome
Microsoft Edge

Your mobile device settings

Your mobile device may also include browser settings that allow you to manage the use of cookies, especially if the device supports installing apps such as iOS and Android devices. iOS and Android devices also include additional device settings that control whether advertising partners can use information about your app activity for advertising purposes. On iOS, you can search for a setting called Limit Ad Tracking. On Android, you can search for a setting called Opt out of Ads Personalization.

Third-party opt-outs

The major online advertising industry groups offer tools to limit how cookies are used for advertising purposes by participating third parties. More information is available on these sites from the Network Advertising Initiative, the Digital Advertising Alliance, and for users in the EU, the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance. Also, Google provides web users with the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on to prevent the collection of data via Google Analytics.