At first glance, it looks great. The single-page portfolio idea is far more professional (if not nearly as fun). Todd has created a new logo out of his last name, which looks really cool. The choice of background color is perfect for the little portfolio icons he has created. But after that first glance, it all goes downhill from there.
The choice of text-size and contrast renders the text illegible beyond resolutions of 1024 by 768 pixels. I found I had to go right down to 800 by 600 pixels before it became comfortable to read, and I'm using a 21-inch monitor. My first thought was to use the text-resizing tool that Firefox offers, but it didn't work. A quick view source revealed that the whole site is an image “slice 'n' dice” that has no text content of any kind.
Frankly, I'm amazed. In this era of web standards and accessibility, Todd has created something completely inaccessible. The site cannot be used by the visually impaired at all, and despite a small amount of metadata, it will probably fare poorly in search engine rankings because of the lack of content.
Todd is capable of creating fabulous sites that ooze quality, look stunning, and are totally accessible to almost any user agent you care to mention. But this new site is like going back in time about eight years, and I just don't get it.