What does your studio do? Who is your audience? What potential audience would you like to engage.
Where will the logo appear? Logos aren’t typically relegated to just website headers? Do you have products, signage, promotional items, invoices, receipts, and that sort of thing where your logo might appear? If not, can you be certain that you won’t have them in the future?
Aesthetics are only one consideration in logo design. They also need to be practical.
There’s nothing wrong with a simple logo. Logos don’t need to be exciting — they need to be memorable, practical and send the right signals to the intended target audience. Almost all useful, adaptable and memorable logos are simple. For that matter, simple is usually better than complicated.
This particular logo type has small inlines that will completely disappear into pixel mush at smaller sizes. You can already see this happening on your second image. It’s possible to keep them for larger sizes, but you’ll need a separate version of it for smaller sizes that leaves them out.
It also runs the risk of not looking especially unique — it’s basically just letters from a typeface. There’s not necessarily anything wrong with this approach, but considering your subject matter, (which I’m guessing has something to do with the imagery you posted) you might want to consider something a little more in keeping with the overall personality. Even if you decide to just use straight typography, my first inclination would be something more in along the lines of a blackletter or uncial typeface.