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Howdy, My Name is Ariel

I’m an Arizona based photographer/designer/adventurer/human with a passion for graphic design and photography. LiveLaugh is the avenue in which I explore that passion as a freelance graphic designer, photographer, and all around visual communicator.

When I’m not designing or looking for things to photograph, I quite enjoy searching out cool coffee shops, climbing beautiful mountains, travelling, or dragging friends on photo adventures in search of epic lighting.

I’m currently available for freelance work, I’m always looking for new and interesting projects – have an idea?
Let’s talk!


Women in Adventure Photography Exhibit / Sheffield Adventure Film Festival / England, UK / 2015
Work Published in Sidetracked / Online / 2013
Work Published in Up Here Magazine / Canada / 2013
Work Published in Vagabundo Magazine / USA / 2012
Work Published in Sportsnet Magazine / Canada / 2012
Magnum Professional Practice Scholarship Recipient / IdeasTap / 2011
Garfield Weston Scholarship Recipient / University of Ulster / 2011
Image Conference Graduate Scholar Award Recipient / Image Conference / 2011
Work Featured in The Bluewater Tale Film / Arizona / 2010
Work Published in Skewed Magazine / Vancouver, BC / 2009
Stuff of Legend Exhibit / Gilbert Court House / Gilbert, Arizona / 2007

The Official Stuff

Ariel Body is a former desert dwelling photographer, designer, and coffee drinker. Having earned a BA in Design Studies in Digital Visualization in her homeland at Arizona State University, she also completed an MA Multidisciplinary Design from the University of Ulster in Belfast, Northern Ireland. With this background and passion for graphic design and photography, she is self employed as a freelance visual communicator, exploring new and innovative ways of visual storytelling. Her recent focus is on outdoor and adventure photography, combining her loves for adventure and photography by telling exciting visual stories of the beautiful world we live in.

It is suspected that at a young age, she was infected with a travel bug, which was of course inoperable, and left her with a constant itch to explore the world.