13th Annual Shorty Awards Categories

The Shorty Awards honor the talented agencies, brands, and industry leaders behind the best and most innovative work on social media and digital channels, campaigns, websites and applications.

From the 10th Annual Shorty Awards

Amy Ordman

Nominated in LGBTQ+

About Amy Ordman

Amy Ordman is the “Aussie living in LA” who constantly wonders why she’s still single. Her 320K+ YouTube subscribers can’t understand it, since they love the awkward, frenetic vlogs that take them inside Amy’s mind. While she knows her adorably nervous energy comes across in everything she does (she even sells “I Feel Awkward” t-shirts), she doesn’t let that keep her from connecting with her fans and fellow YouTubers, like Alexis G. Zall, all the time. She’s openly gay, but in 2017 she finally began embracing the term “lesbian” to describe herself. She even came out to her dad on a vlog in April, though he wasn’t surprised. After all, he—like 220K+ other people—follows her on Instagram and Twitter, where she’s just as open about her life as she is on YouTube.

Amy Ordman's best work on social

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cabAqStggJc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Osjex2UMvq0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Os7jVsksD7o

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