Amusing Media Exec Twitter Bios

Forget those tweets for a minute. The Twitter bio itself is an art form that few have mastered. But these media and advertising tweeters arguably come closest. Here’s a list of some of the more inventive uses of 140 character profiles we’ve seen out there in the Twittersphere, but it’s just a start. Who are we missing? Email us and we’ll add to the list.

Tim Siedell
Nebraska-based creative director and writer Tim Siedell often thinks about leaving the advertising world behind to live the simple life instead. (Advertising geek bonus: His avatar is a vintage headshot of David Ogilvy, which somehow makes his tweets even funnier):


Chapin Clark

Attendance isn’t the RGA copywriting chief’s strong point:


Rory Sutherland

The Ogilvy ECD appears confident he’s the fattest man the agency employs:


Tom Thai

Twitter’s director of B2B marketing admits he doesn’t put the platform to great use:

Rob Burns
Internet marketing consultant Rob Burns shares a little too much information:


Cindy Gallop

The former BBH chair says she’s like Michael Bay. That’s not necessarily a good thing.


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