As I'm trying to focus my business on weddings now, I've decided to separate my work, so that my main website and social media platforms are focused on weddings. I want clients to see that I appear to specialize, so that I can book higher quality, and more frequent weddings. So, now, www.daryllmorgan.com is dedicated mostly to weddings. However, there's no way I can stop creating and sharing my creative work so I've created a new website and new social media platforms for that work, called Daryll Morgan Arts. Here's the website - www.daryllmorganarts.com. (social media links are available on the site, as well). It's a site and platform that I feel more free to be myself, without having to censor myself for professional gigs. That said, I do still have an image to uphold, in case clients do find this site, but it will be a lot more relaxed. The only question is now... where do I put work that doesn't fall into weddings, or creative? Like corporate events, headshots, etc. I'm thinking I can probably put headshots on my new site, and maybe get rid of the "nerd" from my slogan. But until I figure something out, I'm putting galleries for corporate gigs on my main site, just with hidden links.