I’ve looked through your website and your PDF portfolio. First, you’re very creative, and I like your work. I think, however, that you might have a tendency to push things just a little too far.
Your website is cool, eye-catching and innovative, but those good qualities come at the expense of its functionality. If it were me, I’d keep the background movement, but I would detach that movement from following the cursor since having it do so is more than a little disorienting when trying to figure out where to click. I’d also make it a whole lot more obvious where additional information is rather than relying on the user to finally figure out that clicking on your name does something.
I’m not a fan of magenta and pink, but that’s a personal preference. Even so, pink is one of those colors that evoke strong emotions, and from a strategic point of view, do you really want to base so much around a color that so many people either love or hate?
It’s a bit unusual to have a portfolio site and then force people to download a PDF to actually look at the portfolio. Even though it’s unusual, a PDF really is a pretty good way of showing off one’s work, so I have mixed feelings about it.
The PDF contains a whole lot of work. I can’t remember of seeing a portfolio with the work so fully documented, which is good, but if it were me, I’d back off on it some. I’d be inclined to slim down what you choose to include to more directly engage a viewer with what you really want to show them. Not everyone has the time or inclination to peruse 85 pages worth of somewhat redundant images no matter how nice they might be.
As far as the work in your portfolio goes, it really is very nice — just a little overwhelming in quantity.