Lilliah (pronounced Lil-ee-ah) is a comic creator, writer, storyboard artist, and concept artist working in the Southern California animation and comic industries. She specializes in cultural worldbuilding, adult cinematic drama, and narrative writing. She's currently looking for in-house animation work.
She has worked as an animator for Sea Monsters Studios and as an editor at FairSquare Comics, and has done freelance work on documentaries and a short film directed by Eric Goldberg. She is the creator of "MOTORCYCLE HEAD & THE SIGN" and "RHŪPA", the latter of which is forthcoming.
Her work is heavily inspired by neo-noir media, dieselpunk sci-fi, the underground 90's, heavily-inked comic art, the hurt/comfort genre, Japanese animated films, anthropology, the 'visual clutter' of lived-in spaces, and the ancient Near East. She is influenced by the works of Katsuhiro Otomo, Shinichirō Watanabe, Hajime Yatate, Mike Mignola, Satoshi Kon, Shawn Martinbrough, Hayao Miyazaki, and James Roberts.
When not creating, Campagna enjoys dressing like Morticia Addams, creating mods for The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, and caring for her probably-dead mini roses and hopefully less-dead cacti.