As a web designer and developer, I've been building websites since 1996. My day job is being the webmaster at a U.S. Federal government research lab, so I have extensive experience building secure, accessible and usable websites.
The time that I have available for freelance web design jobs is very limited, but my current pet project is the development of a suite of frameworks, child themes, plugins, and an administration theme for use in WordPress by musicians looking for an easy way to build and maintain a custom website for themselves or their band. The package, named Indy, will be Open Source and available on this site, probably in early 2014.
The National Severe Storms Laboratory. My day job. As a government webmaster, I am legally required to make sure that the sites that I build are secure, accessible, and respectful of privacy issues. This site serves a host of purposes: we communicate with everyone from schoolkids to Congressional staffers, from the media to meteorological peers. The NSSL Briefings online newsletter is built entirely in WordPress for the use of our technical writer and the outreach team.
NOAA Weather Partners. Also my day job. This site exists to allow the local NOAA Public Affairs group to communicate easily with the public and the media. This was my first site built entirely in WordPress, and demonstrates how different sections of a WordPress site can look a little or a lot different from other sections. Yes, this is all one WordPress site.
BlueDoorOKC.com. My first venue site. This site is also built entirely in Wordpress, and the show listings are generated via the TicketStorm API. Nobody has to enter show information more than once, and all of the information is always current and in sync.
JohnFullbrightMusic.com. This was my first musician website built entirely in WordPress. With a strong collection of plugins, some of them built custom for the site, my goal here was to create something that a musician or his associates could maintain easily without needing to know a lot of code. This site was updated in 2012 to make it more mobile compatible; it's currently undergoing a transition to a fully responsive layout. Coming soon!
TheRogues.com. This site passed from my hands some years ago, and there's none of my work that remains there, but I still like the design, so here's a couple of screencaps.