top of page
Black and white sketch of Lucy Rogers

Hey there!


Lucy Rogers is a deaf illustrator based in Oxfordshire, UK.


Growing up in rural North Devon as the only deaf student in her mainstream school, Lucy fell in love with books and the worlds they held for her to escape into. But, she soon realised there were no characters in the books she read like her. No characters for her to relate to. And so Lucy grew up wanting to be an author or artist working in books to give her young self stories she would read.

Lucy makes her vibrant illustrated stories diverse and inclusive to inspire all young disabled and deaf/Deaf children, giving them a chance to see themselves in the books they read. These kids deserve to be included.

Lucy loves working on board books, picture books, book covers and more. She has illustrated 14 children's books so far and has led different illustration workshops for young deaf people, inspiring them to take up art and read books.

Whilst at Falmouth University, 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 write new stories, read books, play board games with friends, and to explore new countries.

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

Selected Clients:

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


For children's book illustration, Lucy Rogers is represented by Alice Sutherland-Hawes at ASH Literary.

For children's books enquiries, please contact Alice:

For other illustration projects, please contact Lucy at

 Pronouns are she/her.

bottom of page