Television Appearances in:

  • Smithsonian Folk Life Festival July, 2007
  • Smithsonian Forensic Fridays, 2009
  • History Channel  “Written in Bone: Forensic Files of the 17th century Chesapeake” 2008
  • National Geographic Channel  “ The Peopling of the Americas” 2007
  • Texas Country Reporter # 1473 original air date 2015, November 16

Books featuring Amanda’s work:

  • Their Skeletons Speak, by Douglas J. Owsley and Sally M Walker
  • Kennewick Man edited by Douglas Owsley
  • Faces From The Past by Jim Deem
  • La Belle, the Ship that Changed History By James E. Bruseth and Toni Turner

Blogs and Interviews:

In The Face of History, Texas Highways

Forensic Model of La Belle Sailor, Bullock Texas State History Museum



Amanda Danning takes us through the process of the reconstructing the face of a French settler, Sieur de Marle who died in Texas in the late 1600s. You can visit this reconstructed face at the Museum of the Coastal Bend in Victoria, TX.
Amanda‘s fine art work is represented by Copper Shade Tree in Round Top, Texas and The Live Oak Art Center in Columbus, Texas