Hello, I'm Ariel Aberg-Riger. I'm a visual storyteller who writes about everything from affordable housing to domestic violence for places like The Guardian, Teen Vogue, and The Atlantic's CityLab.
What is visual storytelling?
Visual non-fiction, drawn journalism, illustrated stories, art—no matter what you call it, visual storytelling is telling stories using more than just words. More free-form than comics, and more integrated than photos or illustrations placed within a piece, it allows readers to float and wander through a narrative.
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"Punchy, lo-fi storytelling"
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"This format and illustrations are brilliant"
—Diana Budds, Journalist
"...design & graphics & magic (#fairydust?)...a 90 second read that will stay with you forever"
—Gus Christensen, Political Strategist
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