Ariel Calver began experimenting with photography at the age of two when she was allowed to use her grandfather's  camera, and has been passionate about photography ever since.

She has explored different mediums, from polaroid to digital to black and white photography. She is particularly drawn to candid portraiture and its reflection of reality, but also enjoys pushing her boundaries and experimenting with surrealism. 

Born and based in London, England, she has traveled widely, including Europe, the USA and the Far East, exploring and learning from other cultures through her lens.

Her work has been published as photo essays in the online magazine, Epiphany, issues, 18, 20 and 23. She was also published in the 2015 issue of Oracle, an online fine arts and literary magazine. Her photo was also featured on the cover of the memoir, "The Memoir of a Rebel: A Woman Before the Woman's Movement" by Marguerite Bouvard. Ariel has begun to show her work and has had two exhibits, in August 2014 and August 2015, at the Sherborn Library in Sherborn, MA, USA, as part of its ongoing series of art exhibits. She also had an exhibit at the Dover Library in Dover, MA, USA in August 2016. Over the Summer of 2016, she has been a freelance photography intern for Crossing Travel (formerly StyleDabba), an on-line lifestyle magazine and she had an essay with photos published in Wild Word, an on-line magazine.