I guess I am looking in late, but a couple of things I would recommend changing are the thickness of the bottom so you can trim the inside of the foot. The reason I recommend this is that with extra thickness you can start to parallel the inside curvature a bit better. To me the trimming of the inside of the foot looked a little flat from the pictures. Since you like a narrow foot, leaving a lot more clay can allow you to get a more narrow shape in the foot, whilst increasing the apparent height (Google Lucie Rie and you will see what I mean.) In your comment about one more pull to narrow in the bottom wall near the foot, I usually leave it to support the wall while throwing and trim it to my liking at leatherhard. An alternate is to leave for a while to let the clay firm up before you continue, or use a heat gun to speed that up.
As Pres suggested, leave the rim thicker, even during the rest of the pulling, because you can thin it out if needed. You don't want a taper in the wall starting at the foot going all the way up the wall to the rim. Nice and even is what you are looking for.
Compliments I wish to add are that your lines are very pleasing, and I do not see the "potter's hump" transition inside where you go from supported bottom to unsupported. That is a common problem when learning to throw bowls. Keep up the good work!