Here’s a professional tip: make an actual video reel which shows everything you want people to look at in less than a minute. People have incredibly short attention spans, and us pros are super busy – no one is going to look through your artstation page until after you have them hooked.
That being said, I have a light workload at the moment, so I looked through it a little…
Personally, I don’t understand showing the material shader graphs. It’s distracting. In a professional context, people are primarily evaluating you on your visual skills. You want to show off the work, not how you did it (we know how you did it).
If it’s a question of proving that it’s your work, usually an interview involves some sort of technical task or in-depth conversation to determine if you’re for real. The proving your skills part comes later – to get your foot in the door, you need something visually impressive. (another tip: if an interview doesn’t involve a tough conversation, steer clear: either they don’t know what they’re doing, or something fishy is going on)
Content-wise, your work looks pretty good. I’d focus on presentation at this point.