Rather impressive first married wing, and a Kelson wing too boot-one of the most difficult ones to tie well due to the multilayered, 1 or 2 strands at a time marrying sequence.
Two things stick out right away for me that would benefit from some adjustment:
1) The tail is way too long for the Kelson style. Kelson had his tail be not any higher than the wing and his topping tip always touched or nearly touched the tip of the tail.
2) The white-tipped turkey underwing is way too long. It should end even with the ostrich butt. Pryce-Tannat I think gave the best description of underwings when he said the wing on what he called a built-wing fly (i.e. one on which he used an underwing) should have the wing resemble the shingles on a roof with each part overlapping the one beneath it.