Moving around the camera a lot is jarring... but, that said, I wouldn't worry about the camera at all at first.
One of the best pieces of advice I got while learning all this shit is making sure you know the purpose/intent of each shot, and then asking if what you have shot, achieved that purpose.
So from what I can tell from your video:
>The logo is the focus of the video
>You want to show the logo assembling
>You want the final shot to be the full logo
The last shot in your video obviously achieves that, but does the first part; I don't think it does.
I would take the camera, remove all animation & put it in a position where you can see the entire animation play out. It may be boring, but it achieves your goal.
THEN try adding in a camera move. Does it still work? Does the camera move obscure the logo? If you were somebody who had never seen your project and was looking at the video, would you find it hard to watch or confusing?
Ask yourself these kinds of questions always. As corny as this sounds, you are always telling a story with animation. It's better to be boring but concise is what I'm trying to say. You'll get more interesting with time.