First things first: introduce yourself and always write in the third person. For example, write “Jane Simpson is a freelance photographer” rather than “I am a freelance photographer.” State what year your relevant work experience began, and list any areas of specialised expertise. List your education after the introduction sentence, including the name of any degrees you have earned. Don’t forget to list notable achievements or awards you have earned. Keep the information relevant to the intended audience of the bio. Conclude the bio by briefly stating any current or upcoming projects, such as a new book coming out.