Nice. The last pic. It looks like a branch was cut, and those 2 new red shoots shot straight up. You see how its causing that swelling there, and inverse taper. Someone is going to tell you to layer it there, star a new nebari, at the widest point. Not a bad idea. But those shoots are always going to be too straight imo, and the first pic, before you see those, has great trunk movement.
So I would try to cut those off and get back to that first pics branching. If you can cure the inverse taper without hacking out too much, that would work. If the swelling can't be cured and you have to layer it, Id hack those new shoots real low. Almost, clump style at the point, remember to keep the trunks different sizes, thick and height.
Anyway, seems you can learn a lot from that cut and those shoots. How it heals, backbuds, swells. All will help you create a better tree.
And, cuz you have a lot of unused future branching up top, and may have to layer it, is try starting a layer up there, just for some more learning. If it works ,score! If not, also score! One wrong way, at the wrong time eliminated.
Though the ground layering you will likely do will be a bit different.
I hope u don't have to though, cuz, minus the swell, the first pic is promising.
Can't wait to see it in the spring!