Great work drew!
One thing that I'll pass on that I learnt is what visual designers call 'friction to the eye' and in this case it is the 'About you' section.
I've done this many a time in my past, and when I was taught and new better, I did better..so here's goes to sharing...
Take out anything that is asking more of the viewer / end user's brain to process, in this case it's not keeping the text easy for me / my eye& brain to digest. We've learnt that screen consumers scan content, so make it easy for them to find it with their eyes with the least amount of friction, and then be able to consume / read it.
If you think about it, you've created a puzzle / bent out pizza slicing of 3 pieces of content YOU'RE wanting us to read, and you REALLY want us to know MORE ABOUT YOU, b'c it will help us identify with you and build credibility, BUT..you've made it hard on my eyes, so guess what, my lizard brain skips it, and now I don't know more about you which will allow me to better understand and like you if it what I want to read.
Save the creativity for your amazing visuals, and leave the simple content for frictionless flow' me'thinks, but again, just my 2 cents!
p.s Any background video to your awkward poses shoot on vimeo? That would be fun to watch!