Amanda Thomson is a visual artist, researcher and writer, and lectures at the Glasgow School of Art. Her creative practice is ideas- and research-led and fuses traditional and digital printmaking techniques with photography, bookmaking, video and sound works and creative non-fiction. Her artwork is often about how we are located (and locate ourselves) in the world; space, place and landscape; and explorations of home, nativity, migration, mapping and how places come to be made. Her first book, A Scots Dictionary of Nature was published by Saraband Books in 2018.