Mmmmm..... Yet another revolutionary CMS service. I find that I have the same problem with all content management system and that is lack of flexibility and constraints upon creativity. They all seem wonderful to begin with but after a few months you start to get bored with it and would like to perhaps change this or that or alter something else but the template design system hems you in. I used to do things this way then gradually taught myself the basics of HTML and with the help of MS Expression Web I now build my own from scratch, indeed I now build simple sites for other people so far from costing me it has become an earner.
I'm no IT expert by any means so if I can do it then plenty of others surely can and let's not forget that CMS can be as complex as HTML. I use Wordpress to embed news blogs in sites but I cannot get my head around building a multi page site with the thing and the support forum 'community' would appear to be off their heads on herbal tobacco half the time.
Edit. Just been back to have another look at the site and as commendable as the images are, and I do like the clean cut style which draws attention to the purity and minimalistic approach to the framing of the subject, I see that some of them disappear off the bottom of the page and all the ones I checked were around the 190kb file size which is fine if you have good broadband connectivity, which alas we don't so the pictures can take time to load, not a long time, but enough for fidgeting to set in whilst waiting. I know that the larger the file size the better the picture should appear but the web is the very worst place to display photos anyway due to the complete lack of control over viewing conditions. I test my sites over 5 different browsers, the 2 major operating systems and 3 different screens and the variation on how each combination interprets and displays identical code is really rather alarming, and that's before we consider how the viewer might have their own screen set up (or not) and what sort of device it is.
One other point, the font size on your biography is very small and all but unreadable on my rather standard 17 inch screen.
Hope I've not come across as too miserable a git.