The website has nice presentation but some of the photos take way too much time to load, this is not good for photo editors.
I would suggest that you create a portfolio section and put there what you consider 15 of your best pics or take a portfolio review to help you selecting them and this is the link your going to send to potential clients.
I really like the B&W but I’m bias as most of my work is in B&W. Be careful with shallow depth of field who is not necessary all the time like the ones in rooster fight gallery. The audience in the back are important, their faces reaction, etc. because they are part of the show, of the action, of the story.
Also I did not see any gallery caption (not the picture), this is important. Like the story on Moral Monday, I have no clue what that is. I can guess with the photos caption but a short gallery description would help a lot.