Thanks to Moore's law, and of course gravity, thermodynamics, general relativity and a whole Oscar speech of other such laws of universal grammar (until we realise the naivety of our language) , technology and software design have finally caught me up. There's now little excuse not to have a functioning website that looks half decent that you can manage yourself...
Unfortunately something technology can't help with is making informed, "correct" decisions about what the hell to put on your new shiny website. No pressure, just how you and your work are going to be represented to possibly most of civilisation. I'm often the guy whose left the house without looking in a mirror and my hair is doing something people would pay to see at a circus (though those sort of acts are thankfully banned in these enlightened times). I wonder around blissfuly unaware until someone has taken a picture which I end up seeing much later or I catch myself in reflection and have to pop another "sinking feeling" into a jar and put it in the larder of other such jars who are all sighing at each other in a chorus of resigned, slight personal disappointment. Though the larder door is shut it's with that muffled soundtrack that my mind has to choose the images that I present to the world. Some are thankfully obvious but most are not and I end up playing decision tennis with myself until you have to "eenie meenie" your way out of it.
The next hurdle is categorisation. So when is a tree in a landscape "Landscape" or "Plant"? when is a chef "People" or "Food"? and where the hell do I put the hovering surfboard shot...? You've then got documentary, as a narrative they work as a whole but out of context not so strong, so how do you present that...? The process has lead me through my back catalogue, it's revealed passed naivety, great things I've overlooked and had me plugging in and unplugging hard drives like a reluctant plate spinner.
What you see presented on the site now is the decisions I've made thus far, will they change? Undoubtedly, but it's something, a start. We'll see what happens.