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Amy Mifsud is a British artist and contemporary photographer based in Bristol. Her work is a personal diary into her world, often including self-portraiture, portraiture and still-life photography. She’s previously toured a series titled Hag Stones with Hundred Heroines, delivered talks at the Royal Photographic Society and regularly consults with artists about their online presence.


The Guardian 

British Journal of Photography

Coeur et art

The Heavy Collective




University of the West of England - Filmmaking 2020

University of the West of England - Filmmaking 2020

Loophole: Artist Talks at the RPS 24 May 2019


British Journal of Photography, International Photography Award, November 2022

(Un)framing our identities, C-View, Doncaster, November 2019

(Un)framing our identities, Hive, Blackpool, October 2019

Collection, Tobacco Factory, Bristol, September 2019

(Un)framing our identities, RPS 100 Heroines Hub, London, August 2019

Loophole, Free Range, Old Truman Brewery, London, June 2019

Loophole, Bristol, June 2019

3rd Floor Gallery, Bristol, September 2018

Family of No Man, Les Recontres De La Photographie, Arles, July 2018

None of Your Business, PRSC, Bristol, May 2018

I Am Kurious , Bristol, February 2018

Four, Bristol, May 2017

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