Black lives matter. Indigenous lives matter. Climate change is real.


Oh hello there.

How are you doing in these wild times?

Dreaming of beaches and big straw hats…

A portfolio once lived here.

Hi there, my name is Alicia Rebman, but my friends call me Lish. I’m a freelance creative who fell into Marketing Communications in 2013. I have worked across industries involving; multiple markets and languages, numerous brands, global production, brand and product launches, and helping take a company public–to start–has given me a robust set of tools and knowledge with which to work. Learning and problem-solving along the way, have provided incredible growth opportunities, both professionally and personally.

The power art and storytelling can bring to content and the positive change that value-centric people first comms can foster, create the most exciting spaces and where I would like to continue to grow and be of service. If this resonates with you, please feel free to contact me for work, projects or contract opportunities at
With the planetary and social challenges we are facing and rapidly evolving communications, it seems prudent to be working on projects that are more aligned with my values, and using my experience to help others do the same. So I’m starting a new project focused on value-centric, people-first communications and branding for small businesses, and I could not be more excited. And likely in need of a nap, and maybe a 🍪.

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A selection of identity and graphic works for reference. If you wish to see more examples or other works of illustration, photoshop, presentations or video please feel free to send me an email at

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Lish Rebman
Copyright 2010 - 2022
Land & Territory Acknowledgement: 
All works represented here, and past, have taken place on the stolen, unceded and traditional territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations, of which all are sovereign nations. Indigenous land rights, visibility, and recognition of the history of colonization are a forefront issue. The enduring pain, violence, and suffering inflicted by the colonial legacy will require great healing.