Lucy Rogers is an award-winning deaf illustrator based in Oxfordshire, England. Before graduating with a degree in BA Hons Illustration at Falmouth University, Lucy was shortlisted for the Penguin Student Design Award of 2019 for her book cover of Wonder.
Since graduating, Lucy has been busy 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. Some of the books Lucy has illustrated are 'The Night the Moon Went Out', 'The Quest for the Cockle Implant', 'Adventures with Hank and Louie: The Christmas Witch' and many more.
Growing up with no deaf characters in the books she read, Lucy loves to fill her illustrated books with a diverse range of characters in order to inspire the deaf kids reading her books to be proud of who they are.
Scroll down to watch the interview of Lucy filmed by BBC See Hear.
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, St Austell Printing Co, BSL Communication Services and more...
Represented by Jennifer Herrington for Children's Books
The Harvey Klinger Literary Agency Inc.