- And welcome!
The first thing you ought to consider with the current draft of your email is its informality, that is, you appear to be addressing an unknown person much as you would a co-worker of equal position/rank. I think you need to reconsider this.
After all, you are addressing someone who has the potential to either recommend you for employment, if not actually hire you. This kind of request requires the necessary deference of a formal business letter format and content.
So even though you may be transmitting a request for consideration via email, you should still comply with the standards of a formal business "cover letter," that is, a letter that introduces yourself to a person unknown to you within the business world, and asks that person to review your work qualifications and history (usually for consideration of a specific position) as detailed in an accompanying resume.
Given this, I would suggest that you first perform an Internet search on "writing a cover letter" (or something similar) in order that you may find recommendations concerning acceptable format and content for writing one.
I'd be happy to review your cover letter after you make this attempt.
Good luck! .