There's almost no limit to the amount of showing off you can do on this sort of thing!
That said, I've seen a bunch of stuff like that which was pretty much... like that, so unless they're expecting something that looks like a major national ad campaign, you're fine.
What was the brief?
The brief is one wide angle, with the turn. This is a regular gig, over two years. But client always open to suggestions.
The introduction of the second angle is a new thing.
The cut back doesn't feel seamless enough to me. Despite cutting on the action. I think it's the static tripod wide shot that makes the cut so visible and jarring?
I think I'll shoot a third extreme close up shot, where fabric covers the entire frame. This might make the cut back to the wide shot more comfortable, like with a black frame.
Ideally, I'd like something like - wide shot dolly horizontal or arc, with the close up on jib/crane. Something really dynamic!