Five Tips for Writing a Great Photographer Bio

Image of a bio. F.M. Kearney is a frequent contributor to the NANPA blog. His bio, shown here, uses a little humor while still meeting other criteria for a great bio.
F.M. Kearney is a frequent contributor to the NANPA blog. His bio, shown here, uses a little humor while still meeting other criteria for a great bio.

Story by Julie Patterson, NANPA Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Your bio is an important tool. Potential clients, art buyers, editors, agents, conference goers, colleagues, and others form impressions—that ultimately lead to decisions—based in large part on what’s in your bio. So what makes a good one?

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