Friday Fry Up: Amy Mifsud — Building 57


Building 57 is a series attempting to give power to the youth of military communities in the UK. Power is something that most of the youths I’ve worked with feel they don’t have. Often a military child will move as frequently as six months to two years. This irregularity can be a massive detriment to things such as education. Often a child with special requirements within a school will have to wait a long time to receive the help they need. Their whole life is governed by the army and their association with home is focused on their family members and immediate community rather than physical walls. Exploring the greater picture of living within military life I realised the strong voice the youths from army communities have.

Bio — Amy is a British photographer currently based in Bristol. Integrating architecture and portraiture together in Building 57 she looks towards the effects military presence has on the communities in the small towns of England.

Working through a mix of mediums, turning the camera on herself she’s currently working on a project analysing herself and her two sisters. A poetic discussion of the relationship three sisters can form together.

To see more of Amy Mifsud’s work please visit — Website / Instagram.