I could design your website ... but, unfortunately I don't have the time to take on another website. So here's some advice:
As you looks at prospective website designers and website designs, I would recommend two things -- 1. Don't get a website that's so fancy and full of Flash and multimedia that it takes forever (or costs a kidney) to update regularly (unless you seldom update your website content. 2. If you want a slick design but need to save money (and know a little about HTML), there are a number of great looking website "templates" that you can buy for under $150 and customize/maintain yourself.
My website ( www.martygast.com
) may not be the most visually elaborate or exciting, but as my online selling tool, I can easily add, change or update the images in only a few minutes -- freeing up more of my time. I helped several local photographers customize some website templates and you'd be hard pressed to know which is a template and which was an original design. best part, they both do all their own updates ... and neither knew HTML.