Hi, Jeremy—there’s some great stuff here and I think it’s going in the right direction. The single-page design is working nice and smoothly, and I’m digging the responsiveness.
A few quick things to cover regarding the potential for improvement:
Hero section: The giant logo in the middle of the screen doesn’t really provide anything to a potential client. You already have the logo on the top-left, and that space could be used to describe who you are and what you do. Furthermore, the logo features a reflection which looks a bit out-of-place because it doesn’t meaningfully line up with the background photography. Also, the main hero overlay washes out the beautiful photo and gives off a darker, colder vibe.
Copy: I say this with all due respect: a lot of the copy sounds a tad gimmicky. As a potential client, phrases like “website design for creative minds” and “we understand creatives because we are creative too” make it seem like you’re pandering. You have some great design work here—let that speak for itself without talking about about how well you relate to clients!
Work: Three things here: (1) I’m not sure you’ll feature your own acting website as the first sample of your work. (2) It also features the same image you use in About—might you consider using a different headshot in About or on your acting page? (3) The other two website links don’t seem to be working.
Testimonials: The testimonial section is a nice start. A word about sliders for testimonials: if you have client feedback, show it! Forcing the user to scroll through slide after slide makes it tough to share with your potential clients that your past/present clients love the work you’ve done!
Keep us updated—looking good!!