About Lucy Ko

My name is Lucy, and I am thrilled to have this opportunity to share more about myself with you. I am a proud Ukrainian, who lives in the beautiful city of Chernihiv. Despite the many challenges my city has faced, including the devastating bombing by Russian forces in March of 2022, I am incredibly proud of the resilience and strength that our community has shown in the face of adversity.

As a freelancer, I have had the privilege of working with many talented teams over the past decade. Together, we have designed innovative websites and apps, improved existing products, and created engaging and informative content for blogs and landing pages. I am grateful for the experiences I have had, and I am always looking for new and exciting projects to work on.

In my free time, I love exploring my hometown and capturing its beauty through my camera lens. Whether it’s strolling through the city’s picturesque streets, admiring its historic architecture, or taking in the stunning natural scenery that surrounds us, there is always something new to discover in Chernihiv. I also enjoy listening to music, reading, drawing, and learning new things.

Most importantly, however, I am deeply committed to supporting my country in any way that I can. As a Ukrainian, I feel a strong sense of responsibility to contribute to the ongoing struggle for freedom and independence. That’s why I have set a goal for myself to donate a portion of my earnings to the Ukrainian army and other organizations that are working tirelessly to bring peace and stability to our country. Of course, I will regularly publish reports in my blog. I truly believe that every little bit helps, and I am proud to do my part.

I am excited to share my portfolio with you and to showcase some of the work that I have done over the years. I hope that you will find it inspiring and informative, and I look forward to connecting with others who share my passion for creativity, innovation, and social responsibility. Thank you for taking the time to get to know me better.

The pictures on this page were taken one-two months before the russian invasion in 2022