Good strength. Nice catch.
Bar should be started over the base of the big toe.
Shoulders should be directly above.
Keep your wrists straight.
Arms should descend by the outsides of the knee joint(which will probably mean your hips have to be slightly lower at the start.)
Bar should be swept in by lat squeeze and transfer from front to rearfoot area through first pull.
(you're too far forward on your feet throughout)
Explode off the high thigh area(only place the bar should touch before the shoulders) with what should feel like a hip punch(and quick flexion following) as your knees continue to extend.
You'll be on the forefeet during the 2nd pull but don't linger there. Get your feet flat on the floor as quickly as possible to prepare for the catch.
Don't spend time shrugging up but, rather, use your traps as if they are part of your arms to pull you downward to the catch position.
I think someone said this but get some lifting shoes. They'll help stability and make the set and catch positions easier.
Remember, olympic lifting is about accelerating the bar quickly from the hip area and after getting your torso vertical(or past), getting under as quickly as possible. Don't think jump but hit and get under. And, you should never feel as though your arms are pulling the bar upwards. They only pull you under.