Nat Hues is an illustrator and artist with a love of colour, nature and mystery. Her work has been published internationally by clients such as Amnesty International, Usborne Publishing, Oxford University Press and Michael O’Mara Books. Nat is represented by The Bright Agency.

Projects of note include: ‘Freedom to express yourself – an Inspiration notebook’ by Amnesty International, where she shared the pages with her heroes Quentin Blake and Malala Yousafzai.

Her ‘Map Colouring Book’ and ‘Wildlife Map Colouring Book’ published by Michael O’Mara have been translated into multiple languages from Taiwanese to Portugese, and featured in The Guardian’s Christmas Gift Guide 2015.

Nat is based in lovely Leeds, UK. Her work is fueled by David Attenborough documentaries, much tea-drinking, and audio-book listening. She hopes to one day own a yellow camper van. Nat is also a tattoo artist.


Usborne Publishing

Lift-the-flap Bugs & Butterflies, 2019
The Woodland Book, 2018.

Michael O’Mara Books and Amnesty International UK
Freedom to express yourself – An inspiration notebook, 2018.

Buster Books
Wildlife: A Map Colouring Book, 2016.
The Map Colouring Book, 2015.

Oxford University Press UK
Up in the air, 2016. Explorers: Then and now, 2015.
A Life in the sky, 2014.

Oxford University Press Australia & NZ
Amazing Volcanoes, 2016.
Season Swap, 2014.

Hansol Education South Korea
The Falling Acorns, 2013.

Anorak Magazine
Edible food packaging piece, 2012.

Digital Artist Magazine
Creative 101 feature, 2011.

Ammo Magazine
Issue 7, 2011.



Design Juices


Sketch for Survival 2018

  • Wildlife & Safari Show, Harrogate.
  • Oxo Gallery, London.
  • Conde Nast Travel Fair, London.
  • Walcot Chapel Gallery, Bath.
  • The Explorers Club, New York.
  • Salmagundi Club, New York.
  • Crypt Gallery, Norwich.

Group and solo shows:

  • Brooklyn Art Library, 2012.
  • Uplift, Toronto, 2012.
  • Distancia, Buenos Aires, 2012.
  • Colston Hall, Bristol, 2012.
  • M Shed, Bristol, 2012.
  • Tobacco Factory, Bristol, 2012.
  • Foyles Bookstore, Bristol, 2012.