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Black and white sketch of Lucy Rogers

Hey there!

Lucy Rogers is a deaf illustrator based in Oxfordshire, England. Growing up with no deaf characters in the books she read, Lucy makes her illustrated stories diverse and inclusive to inspire the young disabled or deaf kids to be proud of themselves.


Lucy loves working on picture books, book covers, character designs, packaging illustration and more. She has led a series of illustration workshops for young deaf people at the NDCS and at the Deaf Academy.

Lucy was shortlisted for the Penguin Student Design Award of 2019 for her book cover of Wonder.

When she's not busy working, Lucy loves to read books, play games, cooking, exploring bookshops and travelling in new countries.

Scroll down to watch the interview of Lucy being filmed by BBC See Hear.

Selected Clients:

Scholastic, Harper Collins, Bloomsbury, Dragon Rouge, Lantana, Beaming Books, National Deaf Children's Society, ​Benchmark Education, Salus Publishing, The Deaf Academy, Paddleboat Theatre, Elf for Christmas and more.

Lucy is represented by Alice Sutherland-Haws at ASH Literary.

Please contact Alice if you have children's book enquiries.

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