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The first thing I notice is that the accent colors seem overblown. The pink boxes on the left side don't seem to have much of a purpose where they are. The underline of the navigation conflicts with the black lines, as do the left divider boxes. The contact form is very distracting. I'd keep that a simple white with pink buttons. The black text is somewhat difficult to read.
Second you need some headers. People need to know where to direct their eyes.
Work on your white-space. There should be a little more breathing room at the bottom of each section than at the top.
I think you might be developing too much for a multi-page site the way you have designed this even though it is one page. Your three sections are completely unrelated in a sense, but they read as one document. The site itself appears almost like a pseudo-resume/professional summary instead of a Web site. If you are going to use a 1-page layout, you need to have internal navigation that can take the user where they need to go. You can achieve this with either a fixed navigation menu, or at the very least "back to top" type links.
Do you only have two things in your portfolio? If not, how do I see the rest? If this is a 1-page site as it appears to be, what happens when i click on the pictures and/or when I hover over them? You should also include titles of some kind for your work, at least on a hover. People need a reason to want to see more. I think I would either go with a few more pieces (maybe 4?) or make it 1 piece and make it bigger, with opportunities to click for more.
Lastly, the about section looks very wordy, I wouldn't particularly feel like reading it. I would break it up with some images, bulleted lists, columns, etc.
It's not a bad start, but there are a lot of concerns with how this site would be used and fewer, but still some concerns about the design as well. Try to think about what someone will do when they arrive on your page.
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You're off to a good start, Jeff. Here are some things I would consider: