Jamie Hogan grew up in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and, after living in Providence, Boston, and San Francisco, settled on Peaks Island in Casco Bay, Maine. She earned her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and has taught at MECA for over a decade. Her illustrations have appeared in American Illustration, Print magazine, Graphis, Maine magazine and the Los Angeles Times. In 2015, her work was featured in the exhibit The Storybook Waters of Illustrator Jamie Hogan at the Sam L. Cohen Children’s Library at the Portland Public Library. Recent projects include illustrations for: Island Birthday, a children’s picture book about a Maine island by renowned essayist Eva Murray; the children’s chapter book Tiger Boy by Mitali Perkins; and John Muir Wrestles a Waterfall by Julie Danneberg.
● Winner of the Jane Addams Peace Association Honor Award for illustrations in Rickshaw Girl by Mitali Perkins
● A Warmer World by Caroline Arnold was selected as the National Science Teacher Association Outstanding Trade Book for Students K‐12
● Member of the Maine Illustrators Collective
Jamie lives with her husband/superhero/illustrator/designer Mary Braun and their daughter Daisy. She draws inspiration from moonlight, reflections, pink clouds, wishing on the first star, and the raw beauty of Maine. She bikes and beachcombs between deadlines, always on the lookout for something magical washed up by the tide.