I've been told it's professional for your writing bio to be presented in third person. This is a common discussion among internet writers. Some websites require a third person bio. Demand Studios requires it so I did it for them. It felt awkward but I did it. Then, I updated my other website bios to follow suit, including this blog bio. Being a stickler for consistency, I felt compelled to then write every tab (above) in the third person. That felt worse than awkward, it really felt weird and disconnected. And unfriendly.
I've known people that refer to themselves in third person during conversation, as in "Johnny doesn't like cornflakes" or "Betty isn't interested in disc golf." That's always sounded odd to me. And now I'm writing about myself in third person.
Maybe a blog bio should be friendlier? Less formal? I'm not sure.
What do you think? Would you relate to a blog writer better (more intimately) if their bio was in first person? As in "I am passionate about..." instead of "Langley is passionate about...."
Things that make you go hmmmm.