Seems to be doing the job Craig.
It's a bit more polished than mine - though mine is still in the 'development phase" and being done through Clikpic which is very much template based.
As to comparing with the likes of Jonathan Ryan's stuff - i think you're looking at ti all wrong.
Jonathan's site is designed to suit a particular market, i mean he has 3 sites that i know of let alone a blog, a Flickr account and a gallery on this place - and i've no doubt soon there'll be a Hassablad feature some where.
Aber's site is totally different - almost a complete opposite - but then look at what Aber's does - it's a hobby not an occupation - and again a totally different type of subject.
I've just thought, Tim Wallace runs his site through Clikpic - www.ambientlight.co.uk
i think it is. I've got it bookmarked along with a host of other photographer sites.
Dave Skellum is attached to 2 sites that i know of, either his directly or 1 his and 1 he is attached to http://lancashirepictures.co.uk/
My point being - Tim is a pro photographer as is Jonathan, and Dave and all of them operate in different markets and all have totally different web sites and aims for their web sites.
The purpose of a web site is to fulfill its function - whether that be to sell or advertise your services, share your pictures with people, provide a point of contact, or just an ebayer or facebooker.
A web site is an end to a need - nothing more.
Does yours do what you want it to?