Remove all the shots not from Alfaro.
The beach shots are good starter profile images, but they drop the general quality of your port, because it looks like a friend took that shot for you with a point&shoot. You might want to keep one as a reference for photographers, but replace it with a better plain headshot when you can.
That's a nice car, and no doubt that wide angle lens is quite suitable for landscape, but it belittles you as secondary. The photographer benefits more from this kind of shots, showing clients he can shoot cars well.
Infrared bleaches the hair and increases skin sub surface scattering, but the odd colors and flat contrast make them hard to look good. An IR photographer needs good lighting and specialized infrared post-processing, neither of which these photos show. As an IR shooter myself, it pains me to say these 2 photos need to go.
-These 3 photos are the best you have. They look studio-ish, but upon viewing them in max resolution, it's a little obvious that these are taken in an apartment instead of a studio. They're good enough to view as thumbnails though. (Not that photos taken in an apartment look bad, it's just that they need to look like it's the place you live in, instead of looking like you were invited to the place to pose.)
If all of your shots are from professional photographers, you'll look like an experienced model, so less amateurs will bug you while hired by more, better and paying productions.