Upload & Sell: Off
Your top goal is to get brides to hire you, right? Then that should be the main part of your home page. Tell brides why they should hire you, then put a nice CTA (call to action) to get them to make that first step.
You do need to feature your work, but only after communicating what you do and what they should do! You are selling your services after all, not your photos. Your photos will help you with that, don't make them the star of the show or you'll burn peoples attention looking at your photos, not taking steps to hire you.
Check out this site, I love the way its organized. It features the service nicely, yet makes it clear what and how you can buy it or keep in contact about it.
-ditch the gear section. The don't know and don't care. They assume you use pro gear. They have no idea what a wide aperture is. Don't confuse them or show off with technobabble.
-the way the about me section drops down into the current page is a bit odd. Not a fan.
-navigatoin is a bit redundant. Archives is part of the blog, so is recent work, yet both are on the main nav. I'd make it just Recent Work and then in that section provide navigation to the older content.
-web forms are good, add an email address and phone number if you want more people contacting you.
-sample albums need navigation. People don't want to sit through a slide show of unknown duration
Ultimately, best bet for your business is to hire a web developer/designer to do the website. There is a reason people hire photographers, same for web developers.