A website for a music festival (http://www.lokifest.com/) I upgraded this year. I was not payed very well for the work, so it's sub-par compared to my other designs, the logo work is my own (the bad sizing of the logo was due to the owner's personal taste). The site is a fixed-width design and the artist page animations were done entirely with HTML + CSS (they may or may not be in the process of being updated right now). The entire site needed to be converted from e107 to Drupal, which is a testament to my ability to handle both theme and database conversions.
I'm currently a freelancer working out of a small village in the western end of Canada. There isn't much computer repair or web development work around, so I've decided to take my pursuits online in hopes of earning enough money for a university education. I provide quality work at very low prices; part of the reason being that I'm trying to build up both my reputation and trust on Freelancer. I know HTML & CSS like the back of my hand, have created custom templates and themes for static websites, as well as CMS like Drupal, e107, Wordpress and Joomla.