I like that it's a simple, straightforward page that just links to their work.
However, the photos of them on the site seem very silly and pretentious, like self-serious model shots. This stands in contrast to the nature of their work which is very light hearted and playful.
Take my opinions with a huge grain of salt, I've never understood why designers, or any other worker, puts pictures of themselves on their site. I've never felt like there should be any connection drawn between what the worker looks like and their work.
I think one of the reasons people put pictures of themselves is to build legitimacy. As a freelancers, and a remote worker you need every speck of trust you can get, and by putting photos of you, it lets potential clients know that you are indeed a real person. I know it isn't a bulletproof solution, but I think this is the general idea about it.
Pretty nice but I'd make the social icons much smaller when the header size reduces as they're really distracting on a 15" screen.
This is designed nicely