Lilian Day Thorpe is a photomontage artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Born in Indiana, Thorpe moved to Brooksville, Maine, at age ten. Her early experience at a Waldorf- inspired school fueled and encouraged her creativity and set her on an artistic path. In 2014, she received her B.F.A. from Pratt Institute in Photography, graduating with highest honors. Thorpe then went on to receive her M.S. in the History of Art and Design from Pratt in 2017. In 2015, Thorpe was named an Avant Guardian by Surface Magazine. Her work can be found in private collections throughout the United States and globally.

Simultaneously painterly and photographic, her serene compositions are inspired by her love of, and need for, quietness. She manipulates and digitally collages her own film photography to create textural montages that suggest fictional landscapes. Her process engages and explores the contradiction of using a digital medium to evoke tangible, analog sensitivities. Her soft scenes offer a visual and mental respite from an otherwise loud world.