I'm sorry... I'm not very impressed. It's Flash, yep. Wooooo, there's some music or some sound. No thanks. It's becoming more and more apparent that visitors don't want these things. Just look at the web 3 years ago vs where it is today and where it appears to be going. In that timeline, you find less and less Flash use. That's for several valid reasons..
Unfortunately, photographers spent money a few years ago to have Flash websites built for their sites. Because of this, and because they often refuse to accept change, they've stuck with the use of Flash.
Photography truly is one of the last areas where Flash use is rampant. Music and artist sites is another, but that's mostly because Flash is still the best delivery method for audio on the web.
I for one, don't want to give up usability, easy of updating and search engine ranking(just to name a few) all for the benefit of having some lame jazz song or some stupid "springy" navigation that does nothing more than piss off my visitors. This isn't an improvement, it's steps back. Flash is now starting to look old. Not any particular Flash site, just the whole genre. It's like seing animated gifs now, or a java applet. It just makes your site look dated to your visitors.(if they can even see it on their iPhones or iPads.)