if we are talking about the general presentation and voice then it is pretty good in general — unpretentious and clear. What I would’ve done is made all my text as short as possible. For example “I’m Riley Jones, and I enjoy crafting strategic designs for brands that are passionate about their product and community” could be turned into " I’m Riley Jones, and I craft designs for brands that care about their products" without losing much in terms of meaning.
Message you deliver should be really clear and simple. Another example is “Design is iterative, bold, beautiful, functional, and should achieve a successful quality that overcomes any particular challenge. I bring a process that is a reliable partnership rooted in a joy for collaboration, and creativity.” This can be totally just “my design can overcome any challenge, because I always work together with my clients”.
That kind of stuff. I am not a great copywriter myself, and those examples could’ve been rephrased way better, but I believe that words do matter very much when presenting yourself, and it is always a good idea to be very concise when trying to get someone’s attention on the web. Nobody has time for reading longer texts anymore it seems
There is also a matter of your upper right circle - placing it into a parent that should have its
overflow set to
hidden will get rid of the horizontal scroll.