hey, i’m lillian.

I’m a problem-solving creative based in Boston, MA.

Currently, I am the in-house graphic designer at WBUR, a public media organization with a reach of 7 million listeners weekly and which produces some of my fave programs and podcasts.

I also create illustrations and comics which have appeared in art shows, community initiatives, magazines and the local newspaper.

Featured Projects

My Experience

Need help with your creative project? Let’s figure it out together.

Art direction
Branding + Identity
Color theory
Packaging Design
Print collateral
Web + social media graphics
Motion graphics
User experience design
Email marketing
Project management
software + platforms
Adobe Creative Cloud
Acrobat, After Effects, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Premiere
Google Drive
Microsoft 365
Mac + Windows platforms
brands i’ve worked with
Cartoon Network
DC Comics
Star Wars


Here are some resources I’ve put together to help with your design. I keep this updated because this serves as my bookmark as well. If you have a go-to resource to share that’s not listed here, please let me know!

Image Resources
Color Resources
Vector Resource

Font Resource

Video Resource

Publicly Accessible and Copyright Free Media Libraries

Branding Resource

In-House Design Resource

Freelance Resource

Latest Work

Stay up to date with my latest projects.

  • “Give Different” Omni-Channel Campaign

    “Give Different” Omni-Channel Campaign

    Leading the creative design direction and collaborating across all teams to successfully execute a fundraising campaign that doubled member support. Pulling key copy from marketing language, a collection of assets were created:

  • WBUR Fall 2023 Baseball Tee

    WBUR Fall 2023 Baseball Tee

    Getting into the school spirit with this collegiate-inspired baseball tee to kick off WBUR’s fall campaign.

  • Pao Arts Center Exhibition

    Pao Arts Center Exhibition

    Over the centuries, artists have created images and illustrations in response to the world around them, to tell stories or to amplify messages of protest and solidarity, especially during times of widespread crisis and upheaval. This has been especially true for AAPI artists today, as our community continues to navigate multi-pandemics, including COVID-19 and its…

Design + Illustration
Boston, MA

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