How to Write an Online Bio. With Short, Professional, Tips and Other Bio Examples.

Which three words would you use to explain your personality to a stranger?

If you could only think of “human with a face,” or “professional needs job,” you’ve come to the right place. Learning how to write a bio is not easy; defining yourself in a few words is even less so. But never fear—you can do it! Taking a few minutes to think about what you’re about isn’t just a great writing exercise, it’s a clarifying moment of personal development. Here are a few ways you can get started on your professional, website, LinkedIn, or short bio.

How to Write a Short Bio

When most people think of online bios, they probably can readily name a few common short bio examples first. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest all have space for a short description of who you are and what you do. And you should make the most of the 1-2 lines you’re afforded here. Keep your social media bios short, sweet, and only filled with the most important things a stranger should know about you, such as:

  • Your name
  • Your current role
  • Your ultimate goal
  • Your biggest achievement

How to Write a Professional Bio

Professional sites like LinkedIn, AngelList, or a speaker bio on an event site all have space for a bio or summary section. For each of these, you’ll probably want to write a mid-length description of both your current role, professional aspirations, and biggest achievements. Professional bios allow you to go into a bit more detail than short social media bios, especially on LinkedIn. It’s generally a good idea to include:

  • Your name
  • Your current role or professional tagline
  • Your company or personal brand
  • Your goals and aspirations
  • Your 2-3 most impressive and relevant achievements
  • One quirky fact about you (if it’s appropriate to the site)
  • What to Include in a Bio at Work
  • Writing a bio for your company’s website, HR system, or Slack instance? Be sure to give your coworkers a sense of both your professional expertise—and your personality!

You should include anything you’d include in a professional bio for your company, but don’t be afraid to personalize it with a few personal details. Have a hobby you love? A favorite book? A professional hero you look up to? Add them to give your coworkers a sense of who you are before they work with you.

What to Include in a Bio On Your Website

The “About” section of any personal website can be a slog. A drain. A hassle. You’ve already created a whole website about yourself, so it can be difficult to muster the strength to write that final description of who you are and what you’re about.

But never fear! Your website bio doesn’t need to be complicated, it just needs context on who you are and what you’ve done. This is an open, larger space, so you have room to list a few accomplishments and give context on why they’re important. You can also add a short paragraph about who you are outside of your nine-to-five. For this type of bio, you may also want to include a contact form or email, to help prospective clients, employers, or collaborators get in touch. If you do, be sure to include a clear call to action for your reader to contact you.

A Bio Template to Use and Customize

Even after you understand different types of bios, it can be difficult to get started. The words may not be flowing, you might not fully understand how your professional bio will be used, or you might just be stuck. Never fear! Here’s a bio recipe you can use across most sites.

  • Your first and last name: Start by writing your name. That wasn’t so hard!
  • Your company or brand: If you have a consulting firm, a brand you use for your side hustle, or a company you currently work at, list that next.
  • Your current function: What do you do for work? You can either list your current title or a short, descriptive phrase about your role here.
  • Your north star: People reading your bio will also want to get a sense of who you are. Listing your overall goal, values, or a statement that describes your ethos will help them get to know you, even in short bios.
  • Your top three accomplishments: Especially in professional bios, you’ll need a few accomplishments to show off what you’ve done in your career. Choose the top two or three large milestones from your career (no more), and put them next.
  • Your cute closer (optional): This may not be necessary in a shorter bio for Twitter or Instagram. But for a website or similarly professional bio, you may want to add a sentence describing who you are outside of work.
  • Your contact info (optional): Depending on the site, you may also want to include an email, contact form, or another easy way for readers to reach you. List this information at the end of your bio.

Quick Tips on Writing A Bio

Even with all of this information on how to write a bio, it might still be difficult to write about yourself. Even for the most confident person, self-promotion can be exhausting. But never fear! There are a few ways you can keep your “about me” writing on point—without pulling your hair out.

Tip #1: Don’t Overthink It

Bios are usually formulaic—and that’s okay! For most professional bios, LinkedIn summaries, and speaker bios at events, you won’t need to stray from the norm too much to stand out. Even adding an adjective that shows your personality or an unusual accomplishment can make your bio different from the crowd. You don’t need to create the next Between The World And Me to write a killer bio.

Tip #2: Remember Your Worth

Writing a bio on a site like Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn can be daunting because there are already so many fantastic bios (and people!) out there. But don’t fall prey to bio comparison! Your story is only yours to tell, and it has value. Focus on staying authentic to your truth, and don’t worry about others.

Tip #3: When In Doubt, Borrow

Bios can be repetitive, sometimes even tedious. So if you find a structure you like and think sounds unique, borrow it! You should never copy a person’s bio—after all, it’s their story, not yours—but you can mimic the structure if you’re feeling stuck.

Tip #4: Get Writing Help

You’re not alone in your quest to create a bio that stands out. Grammarly is here to help you choose powerful adjectives, clean up hedging language, and make your LinkedIn stand out.

The Oscars 2022.

Look below for a complete list of Oscar winners, from shorts to best picture 2022.


Don’t Look Up 
Drive My Car
King Richard 
Licorice Pizza
Nightmare Alley 
The Power of the Dog
West Side Story 


WINNER: Jessica Chastain, The Eyes of Tammy Faye
Olivia Colman, The Lost Daughter
Penélope Cruz, Parallel Mothers
Nicole Kidman, Being the Ricardos
Kristen Stewart, Spencer


WINNER: The Eyes of Tammy Faye
Coming 2 America
House of Gucci


WINNER: Will Smith, King Richard
Javier Bardem, Being the Ricardos
Benedict Cumberbatch, The Power of the Dog
Andrew Garfield, Tick, Tick…Boom!
Denzel Washington, The Tragedy of Macbeth


WINNER: Jane Campion, The Power of the Dog
Paul Thomas Anderson, Licorice Pizza
Kenneth Branagh, Belfast
Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, Drive My Car
Steven Spielberg, West Side Story


WINNER: “No Time to Die,” No Time to Die
“Be Alive,” King Richard
“Dos Oruguitas,” Encanto
“Down to Joy,” Belfast
“Somehow You Do,” Four Good Days


WINNER: Zsuzsanna Sipos and Patrice Vermette, Dune 
Tamara Deverell and Shane Vieau, Nightmare Alley   
Grant Major and Amber Richards, The Power of the Dog
Stefan Dechant and Nancy Haigh, The Tragedy of Macbeth 
Adam Stockhausen and Rena DeAngelo, West Side Story 


WINNER: Summer of Soul
Writing With Fire


Don’t Look Up
King Richard
The Power of the Dog
Tick, Tick…Boom!


WINNER: Hans Zimmer, Dune
Nicholas Britell, Don’t Look Up
Germaine Franco, Encanto
Alberto Iglesias, Parallel Mothers
Jonny Greenwood, The Power of the Dog


WINNER: Sian Heder, CODA
Ryûsuke Hamaguchi and Takamasa Oe, Drive My Car
Jon Spaihts, Denis Villeneuve, and Eric Roth, Dune
Maggie Gyllenhaal, The Lost Daughter
Jane Campion, The Power of the Dog


WINNER: Kenneth Branagh, Belfast
Paul Thomas Anderson, Licorice Pizza
Adam McKay and David Sirota, Don’t Look Up
Zach Baylin, King Richard
Eskil Vogt and Joachim Trier, The Worst Person in the World


WINNER: Jenny Beavan, Cruella
Massimo Cantini Parrini and Jacqueline Durran, Cyrano
Jacqueline West and Robert Morgan, Dune
Luis Sequeira, Nightmare Alley
Paul Tazewell, West Side Story


WINNER: The Long Goodbye
Ala Kachuu
The Dress
On My Mind
Please Hold


WINNER: Drive My Car (Japan)
Flee (Denmark)
The Hand of God (Italy)
Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom (Bhutan)
The Worst Person in the World (Norway)


WINNER: Troy Kotsur, CODA
Ciarán Hinds, Belfast
Jesse Plemons, The Power of the Dog
J.K. Simmons, Being the Ricardos
Kodi Smit-McPhee, The Power of the Dog


WINNER: The Windshield Wiper
Affairs of the Art
Robin Robin


WINNER: Encanto
The Mitchells vs. the Machines 
Raya and the Last Dragon


Free Guy
No Time to Die
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
Spider-Man: No Way Home


WINNER: The Queen of Basketball
Lead Me Home
Three Songs for Benazir
When We Were Bullies


WINNER: Greig Fraser, Dune
Dan Laustsen, Nightmare Alley
Ari Wegner, The Power of the Dog
Bruno Delbonnel, The Tragedy of Macbeth
Janusz Kaminski, West Side Story


No Time to Die
The Power of the Dog
West Side Story


WINNER: Ariana DeBose, West Side Story
Jessie Buckley, The Lost Daughter
Judi Dench, Belfast
Kirsten Dunst, The Power of the Dog
Aunjanue Ellis, King Richard

Giulia Magno, modella, atleta e influencer.

Vi presentiamo Giulia Magno, modella, atleta e influencer Italiana seguitissima su i social, Giulia vive nella meravigliosa Sicilia e ci racconta un poco di :
‘Sono Giulia Magno ho 30 anni e sono una modella influencer siciliana, atleta di atletica leggera Italiana, la mia specialità sono i 400 metri piani. 

Un’altra mia grande passione é il canto e da poco ho aperto un canale YouTube. 

Infine amo viaggiare talmente tanto che mi sono candidata per partecipare al programma TV Donnavventura, sperando di poterne far parte!’

Seguite Giulia nel suo profilo IG @magnogiulia

Introducing Talent: Anastasia Li. Model, INFLUENCER, producer.

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PH RJ Ensalada Dress: Dovi Art

Anastasia Li is an internationally published NYC fashion model and fashion influencer, the Miss New York US Nation 2019 titleholder, director of the production company, and producer of the new Intercontinental High Fashion Magazine Anastasia.
The Anastasia Magazine is a luxury bilingual (English and Russian) edition based in NYC, Miami, and Moscow. It follows NYC-like High Fashion standards and trends. In Moscow, the magazine is managed by Aida Khanemayer, a famous Russian artist, portraitist, and gallery owner.

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Anastasia has more than eight years of experience in fashion and artistic-related spheres. She is a model, actress, performer, coach, and casting director in the number of the NYFW shows and beauty pageants. Anastasia is the author of the international creative photo project “Hollywood of the 1930s.” The project is a combination of art, theater, high fashion, and movies, and is aimed at recreating looks of the retro Hollywood divas. Also, Anastasia is a founder of the innovational Runway Choreography Program, which is a mix of catwalk and dance elements.


NYFW Triumph for the ‘International Fashion Show’ of Melapa Fashion organized by Pamela Quinzi.

New York City, New York. NYFW Triumph for the ‘International Fashion Show’ of Melapa Fashion organized by Pamela Quinzi.

Celebrity Fashion Designer, Awards winner, Entrepreneur Pamela Quinzi, CEO of Melapa Fashion Inc. presented, hosted and produced an incredible New York Fashion Week 2020 Event and Fashion Show at Celon Lounge inside the Bryant Park Hotel in Manhattan on February 7th, 2020.


Pamela Quinzi, born and raised in Rome, Italy moved to New York in 2009 and created her brand Kilame of One of a Kind Shoes, dresses and accessories. Pamela Quinzi’s creations have been featured in magazines, televisions worldwide such: Abc, NBC, Fox News, RAI Italy, Vogue, Glamour, Elle, Vanity Fair, and many more and Celebrities walked major Red Carpets such: The Oscars, Grammy, Emmy, Golden Globes and many more wearing Pamela Quinzi designs. Pamela over 10 years living in New York produced and organized more than 100 Fashion Shows including shows during New York Fashion Week and more than 200 events promoting her brand Kilame and collaborating with other designers, brands and companies. Pamela Quinzi worked with the Top luxury locations in Manhattan such: Empire lounge inside The Empire State Building, Fao Schwarz the most famous toy store in the world, The Plaza Hotel, United Nation Sri Lanka Mission, Empire Hotel featured in the TV Show Gossip Girl, 1OAK luxury club, Skyroom rooftop, PHD rooftop inside the Dream Hotel, Sea Port in front of the Brooklyn Bridge and many more amazing places in New York City. In 2015 she opened her Media/PR company Melapa Fashion Inc. and her Online Magazine organizing events, Red Carpets, producing photo shoots, publishing editorials and working between New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Las Vegas and all over Europe, Italy, Spain, collaborating with Celebrities and Industry People Internationally. In 2019 Pamela Quinzi published her first book called ‘The Cinderella of New York’, the story of her journey from Italy to America and ‘How a pair of shoes changed her life’. The purpose of her book is to inspire people to follow their dreams and never give up no matter what, remembering that she came to the U.S.A. not knowing anyone and as far as today she is one of the most wanted Fashion/Entrepreneur/Influencers in New York City and around the world.


This season Pamela Quinzi produced: The International Fashion Show NYFW 2020 by Melapa Fashion Inc. on her 10th year Anniversary. One of the most amazing New York Fashion Week events, a night of Fashion, Luxury, and Style where beautiful models walked the runway, wearing International collections from incredible Fashion Designers around the world. An explosion of colors, couture pieces, beauty, and glamour. All the designers and styles were coordinated by Pamela Quinzi till the last detail, the models started the runway coming down the beautiful staircase at Celon Lounge, a unique and powerful Fashion Show featuring all-female designers, a real women power show. A makeup and hair team gave the perfect glam look to the girls that looked stunning. Influencers, Fashionistas, Industry people, International Press, and Celebrities such: Celebrities Designer Stevie Boi, Celebrities Stylist Michael Antonio and Top models Miss Fashion Global attended the event.

Fashion Designers:

Jules Handbags: Juliane Perretti Randazzo aka Jules, is a handbag designer born and raised on Staten Island, New York. Juliane is a graduate of NYC’s prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology. In 2018, Juliane decided to pay attention to what was in her heart, and that was creating a line of handbags like no one had ever seen before. Inspired by the creations of Italian designers Braccialini and Piero Guidi, Juliane began the journey of developing her brand, Jules Handbags. Jules Handbags is all about the print! Juliane works closely with a highly skilled graphic artist who digitally refines the art Juliane created for the prototypes. The perfected scenes are printed onto Italian napa leather, vegan leather or satin and the handbags are assembled by hand in England using superior quality materials such as Riri zippers from Switzerland. Years ago she started creating unique hats and now she has a full accessories collection. Visit


Kilame design by Pamela Quinzi: Italian design of One of a Kind Shoes and dresses designed by Celebrity Fashion Designer Pamela Quinzi. Unique pieces hand made. Cocktail dresses in silk, chiffon, and sequins, shoes with high heels full of embroideries, crystals, flowers, and beats. A princess style but for a modern independent and successful woman, not afraid to be seen and to show her look. An Art-Fashion collection of exclusive outfits with a couture touch that over the years made Pamela Quinzi’s creations famous worldwide.


Teresa Costa Collection: Teresa Costa is originally from Oakland, CA, but now live in Long Island, New York. She worked in the fashion industry for many years and have been a vegetarian for 15 years. She has been always very passionate about animal and human rights. 4 years ago she decided to put her 2 biggest passions together and start to work on a high fashion and comfortable line of Vegan-friendly shoes, donating 5% of her profits to Animal Charities such as Farm Sanctuary, PETA and North Shore Animal League. She also partners with Social Change which is a non-profit organization that is committed to amplifying community voices and disrupting injustice through organizing, policy advocacy, storytelling using film, fashion, and art. Teresa Costa Collection is handmade ethically in Ecuador in a family-owned and operated factory. We are all about a lifestyle of Love & Kindness and High Fashion with Compassion. We hope to inspire people to shop with a purpose supporting small ethical businesses with a good cause.


BethCarina: BethCarina is an Australian based designer and draws inspiration from nature and the precious and semi-precious stones with which she works. BethCarina’s ideas form connections that come together in her collections. All pieces are handcrafted in noble metals. Surrounded by a family of creative jewelers Beth’s inspiration derives from the raw materials of the craft which she as a child found enthralling. BethCarina strives to create designs with stones that are as individual as people themselves, resting the designs on the backbone of high standards and quality. With an eye on future trends, Beth continues to expand and create her BethCarina collections.


DoviArt is a child of a lifelong dream: Dovile was born in Lithuania. Since she was very young she loved to create and design. At 9 years old she was already watching in TV runway shows from Paris. Growing up she realized that she could transform her appearance with clothes, accessories, and makeup. She started sewing when she was 13 years old learning from her mom. For Dovile sawing was magic, she still remembers the first dress she made for herself. She has several degrees in Textiles – engineering and art. In the 90th life just threw opportunities to test her as a fashion designer creating stage costumes for a friend, a ballet dancer and her troupe, selling a children’s collection to one of the biggest Lithuanian apparel factories, working also on her first runway collection. After that, she decided to leave for America and go to Chicago to learn English. In Chicago, she started a new life and after more than two decades she is now back to the fashion designs and she loves it. When she works on new designs, she feels alive, she can breathe incredible energy, for her to create is a dream. She creates wearable art. From a regular street outfit, she made it from unusual fabric, she adds lots of details, textures, materials and she creates incredible Fashion-Art pieces wearable, comfortable and user-friendly.



Make up credits

@_ocristyr_ @gk_makeupartist1 @sweetbrows09_ @jess_hair_makeup
Hair by Besjana Hoti @besjana05_

Photographers credits:

RJ Ensalada, Andrew NYC photo, Alex Martinez


Melapa Fashion Inc., in collaboration with Herbert Fox, Connect group inc, Celon Lounge

Social Media

@pamelaquinzi @melapafashion #Melapafashion #Melapanyfw




Once Upon a Runway ‘A toy story’. Charity event at FAO Schwarz.

NEW YORK CITY, New York – Driven by homeland inspiration, celebrity entrepreneurs Alexander Harris and RaQuel of Kiss the Monkeys and Kiss the Mermaids (KTM) aims to bring fashion to charity. Bringing an exclusive Once Upon A Runway {A TOY STORY} “EXPERIENTIAL EVENT” to appeal to the members of this philanthropic group of celebrities, entrepreneurs, socialites, entertainers, and influencers. The Once Upon a Runway {A Toy Story} NYC fashion runway KTM event venue is sponsored by New York’s most famous toy store featured in the movies Big and Home Alone 2, FAO Schwarz and will benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Center, this renowned hospital treats the toughest childhood cancers and pediatric diseases.

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This year, the fashion and beauty industries will move towards even greater change as this experiential event offered by KTM in conjunction with diverse individuals and industries ties in with the reason for the comeback of FAO Schwarz. On January 16, 2020, FAO is shutting its doors early for a red carpet private shopping experience including a fashion runway presentation and music performances. KTM celebrates beauty in diversity and has featured models with autism and cranofacial disorders. The Once Upon A Runway will be featuring models with disabilities who are challenging the fashion industry’s standard of beauty by not shying away from their natural beauty and innate talents. While brick and mortar retail shops like FAO are continuously closing, this trend is now what brings bodies into the stores. You can’t get that online. This extravagant event will be hosted by his highness, Prince Mario-Max De Schaumburg Lippe and Jennifer Murphy.

There will be several notable modern fashion, including varieties of vegan fashion. The Headline Designer and co-producer of Once Upon a Runway event will be Prashant Goyal of Heritage India Fashions.

Heritage India Fashions is the global leader in formal Indian and Indo-western men and women’s fashion, from wedding sarees and lehengas to contemporary Indo-western outfits created by award-winning designer Prashant Goyal. Prashant has a sharp eye for color, texture and fabric. His love for clothing design, cultivated at a young age where he worked at the family’s East Village designer clothing store, The Dress Shoppe. After studying business management in college, Prashant took over the family business and, in 2017, opened Heritage India Fashions in Manhattan, New York. He began focusing specifically on Indian culture and heritage in his fashion, incorporating western cuts and styles, to create trendy, unique designs that could be worn to the corporate office and formal events alike.

Celebrity Fashion designer Pamela Quinzi, The Cinderella of New York, will present a special and dreamy fairytale runway at FAO Schwarz with her famous Kilame Collection of dresses and One of a Kind shoes. Pamela Quinzi’s creations have been seen in magazines, televisions worldwide and major Red Carpets such: The Oscars, Grammy, Emmy and many more. In 2019 Pamela published her first book: The Cinderella of New York, the purpose of the book is to inspire people to follow their dreams and never give up no matter what. 

Other event partners include Assuaged, Do-A-Dollar, and RAS International. Various celebrity models flying in from different corners of the continent to support St, Jude’s. A great Bollywood presence will be there because of heritage india fashion and Meera Gandhi who will be the recipient of “The Evolutionist Award” for her philanthropic efforts. The event will be live-streamed by B4U TV and ET I Times Now.

Other designers will be Vila Beauty Resources and Teresa Costa Collections.

There will also be a silent auction curated by international gallerist Marina Dojchinov <>, who will be bringing in artwork from around the world. All the works will be donated by the artists and money raised will go towards the charity.

KTM is an award-winning organization recognized by The United Nations and the founders, RaQuel Sanchez and Alexander Harris have also received the Presidential award. Their events draw mass media appeal. You will want to follow KTM Event’s Facebook Event Page to get the latest updates as invited celebrities are announced.

We understand with the advent of smartphones and social media we need to find evolutionary ways to relate to one another face-to-face. We do that through our events using those platforms to build trust and community. KTM’s hashtag is #jointheevolution because we wanted 3 words to say “welcome to our network of ever-progressive humans.” Quote by Co-founder RaQuel Sanchez


Livein-Style Magazine NYFW Event

September 12th 2017, Livein-Style Magazine and Vella Wine Bar + Kitchen celebrated New York Fashion Week SS18 with an amazing event.


The Pre-party / VIP Event started at Jeffrey Stein 78, the fashion chic beauty saloon located in the Upper east side of Manhattan at 1498 Second Ave NYC, the guests were invited to a fashion and beauty presentation with sponsor Radiance Aesthetics and Wellness

The Fashion Show hosted by Pamela Quinzi took place one block down at Vella Wine Bar (1480 Second Ave corner of 77 Street) featuring few unique styles of Kilame Collection shoes and dresses , Habanero handbags, Futura Handbags.
The event was covered by Tv Personality and Fashion Journalist Viola Manuela Ceccarini with her television show ‘Fancy Talks’ inspired by NYC’s fashionable lifestyle.


Joseph Ralf Fraia, Viola Manuela Ceccarini, Pamela Quinzi


Amazing event and great success for the Livein team, Joseph Ralf Fraia, President Sinkrom Corp. as well as manager and editor in chief of livein-Style New York, Viola Manuela Ceccarini (Vivi) , media expert, Pamela Quinzi Fashion Editor/PR Melapafashion Inc. and Designer of Kilame Collection, Matteo Tornielli president of the magazine, CEO of LIS Srl publishing company.


Pr Kim Smith, Joseph Ralf Fraia, Dr.Natalya Fazylova, Evgenia Huldisch Owner of Jeffrey Stein 78 and Vella, Pamela Quinzi

Sandal Purple nol

Kilame shoes by Pamela Quinzi


Ferrari prosecco



Futura handbags


Habanero handbags









Fashion Show at Vella Wine Bar + Kitchen


Efrain Chay

Livein team