Wow, I am very impressed you were able to archive all your work for 18 years. Its a nice time capsule of work. I lost majority of my work from 99-08 and would pay anything to recover it.
Not gonna lie, it was super tough to dig-up the work from '99. Check out Wayback Machine if you haven't already. Try looking for folders / subdomains if you can't find the actual url archived. I had to piece some things together and it took a while but was a lot of fun to reminisce.
I like the motion stuff. The spacey playfulness and huge focus on old work aren't exactly things I'd want to see if I were hiring a creative director, but take it as a grain of salt. My advice would be to make the timeline more focused on some large/recent projects and have the old stuff accessible as an Easter egg or pulled up in a secondary action.
Super fair point. I was a bit too eager to get this launched and am in the process of going to back to expand on the recent work. It's too much of an inside joke with myself, I think.
I love the way you've laid out your resume! It's really using the medium of web vs print in some really cool ways!
I'd wonder about the PDF version though. I think the resume is great as an interactive web experience. But when it's in the form of a PDF, scrolling through three pages doesn't seem quite right. Maybe a version intended for print there could be cool (regardless of whether anybody actually prints it out).