Are you aiming for a website or a blog? Right now it is setup as a blog, based on your title tag you want it to be a website. I would make it a website that contains a blog. You are using WordPress so you can easily change things around. You want to build a hierarchy for the site and all of its pages, that way it is easy to navigate and offers up good meta data.
Homepage - You want this to be a landing page that loads fast. Having the blog entries here is going to hurt that. I would remove the blog entries and the calendar, archives, and tags widgets on the right hand side, as Evan said. Have the homepage be a stand alone page, people land there, and then go explore the other features of your site. There are some free WordPress widgets available that can help you spice up the homepage. One thing you can do is have a blurb from you latest blog entry be displayed on the homepage.
Blog - Create a new page/subpages for this and add "Blog" to your menu buttons up top. So it will be "Home" "About" "Contact" "Gallery" "Blog". Also, tag the shit out of your entries with anything that might relate to the entry. Think of any variations of a word when tagging, so "ski" "skiing" "skier" "mountain" "mountains". Get as descriptive as possible, it will help people find it. I would also make sure the names of my blog entries are unique as possible. As an example, you have "Thanksgiving Weekend" as a title, which also becomes the URL for the entry. "Thanksgiving Weekend 2012" will help with hierarchy and searchability.
I would use the free Google Webmaster tools, that way you can submit the website to be crawled so people can find it: http://support.google.com/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1352276
Another thing you probably want to do is update your meta data a bit. Right now your title tag is "Jeremy Lato Media". I would get more descriptive because this is important for search/display. Figure out what exactly you are trying to promote and add it. So something like "Jeremy Lato Media - Ski Photography & Videography" is better suited and will help with search. You probably will also want to add the description meta tag as well for each of the pages. This is a good start for that information: http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2067564/How-To-Use-HTML-Meta-Tags
I may have went a bit overboard for what you are trying to do but if you get the hierarchy squared away it will save you headaches later. You chose a nice clean look and the content is great, keep up the good work!