+1 for a lot of the above.
First of all I think it's great that you are just getting on with it and showing a lot of enthusiasm. I think you have set-up a good starting point to move on from.
But, I would class the pics on your site as snaps, and can't see anyone paying for them. As mentioned already, access to DSLRs has never been easier and there are plenty of people out there who can take a good pic. Have you looked on the 'photo's I have taken recently that I'm proud of' thread. Some of the stuff on there is absolutely stunning.
As mentioned, your kit list looks basic at best and the chainlink fence pic doesn't really work.
Looking at the video page, I like the idea of the cable cam, but I wouldn't have it on the site titled as 'testing'. You should have an example of your best work on there, not a test. And in that video, the camera is pointing away from the rider's faces so you can only see there shoulders/backs as they come past. Also there's no kind of fade-out at the end of the vid, it just ends up with the camera 'driving' behind a bank of grass.
Have you looked at the mid-week movies on here?? Even the amateur stuff that gets sent in is really well shot with nice lighting, thoughtful angles etc.
On your design page, I'd change the 'brief' description from 'small & basic' and also things like 'logo: design basic'. If I was paying for a design service I wouldn't be wanting 'basic' anything.
Also the fact that you can't enlarge the flyer means that I can't look at it to make an assessment as to how good it actually is. This would put me off, as you've given me a taster, but not allowed me to delve a little deeper.
This post summed up my inital feelings quite well:
scotia - Member
I must admit, im intrigued to see this...you have only just bought the camera having only just borrowed an SLR from a friend before, and now you're going to ask for money for your shots?!
I have been taking photos for a while, have a D90, and personally wouldnt dare accept to do a wedding shoot, or for that matter charge for any of my photos. But if you feel that you are a natural, and that you now know your camera inside out and are sure and certain that you know how to cope with all weather and light situations then go for it.