A few additional comments:
1) Assuming that your business card is typical business card size, the photographic elements are a little too small to really come across.
2) The back side "scan it. get it" and the graphics do not strike me as being a very clear message - personally I don't understand it. Do you shoot film and scan the negatives? Your 7D reference suggests that you do not...so scan what and get what?
3) Your font appears to have a sliver-thin white edge. I have a suspicion that it will not come out very clearly on print...and the same can be said about the sophisticated texture on your film-strip.
4) Portraits are spelled incorrectly on your portfolio page
5) You mention "fine art" in your "about me" section. While that may be an elusive concept to exhaustively define, I do think your images as a whole do not scream "fine art". Don't get me wrong - several lovely shots there - but "fine art" is not the label I would put on them. Please note that "fine art" is not necessarily a "quality seal" and I'm not saying that your images "aren't good enough to be fine art" - I'm saying that the style isn't "fine art"
as far as I can see.
6) For goodness sake Kevin - get a better portrait of yourself on that page!! What's with the parked cars and the tilted head...completely centered, blown out sky... The image of you has to be top-notch...show approachability, passion, fun, focus etc. etc. you catch my drift here
7) "Favorite camera" what's that for? And your occupation is not "photographer" it's "college student"...don't contradict yourself on such a short page.
OK, you didn't ask for a review of your website but your business card. I was just carried there. My suggestion is that you apply a higher standard for the images you put on the page, as you migrate from the college student and into your ambition to become a photographer by occupation. A couple of the animal pics..."centered ass of a tiger" (paraphrased) and "out-of-focus distant Komodo-dragon behind some bushes" (also paraphrased) and some others, shouldn't be there either.
There are generally two approaches for showcasing a portfolio:
1) Showing the best of the best
2) Showing the results of a typical shoot
Regardless of which approach you take, the images should "pop".
You did say you are far from done and I know I'm not looking at the final result, so if I I'm needlessly harping on what is already obvious to you, then I apologize for being Cpt Obvious
Looking forward to seeing revised versions if you are willing to share.