Really solid riding. Your upper body is quiet and is aligned with the board, so your balance was stable. Your turns are smooth and have good shape. It is well developed basic riding, but you only use a small range of motion. Get more dynamic! I think you could get a lot more performance from your board by experimenting with larger ranges of motion.
In the video, your knees and ankles seem to always be bent the same amount, and your upper body is very stable, even stiff. Try flexing and extending your legs through different parts of your turn. Play around with the timing, intensity, and duration. Also, really exaggerate the movements when initially practicing at slower speeds. Then dial them back a little and find where they fit in your turning rhythm.
You can incorporate other dynamic movements into your riding the same way. Experiment with shifting your weight forward and back along the board, or what you can do with some well timed rotational movements of the upper body. Then go hit some bump fields. Bumps are a great tool for developing dynamic movements. Actually, they absolutely force you to. Have fun, keep shredding!