Ariann’s first formal training in Photography was at St. Johns University in New York, as part of her communications degree. In 2006 one of her photographs was chosen to be included as part of BP’s nationwide exhibition. In 2009 Ariann journeyed to Stellenbosch, South Africa to officially study photography and graduated with distinction. In 2011, her work was used on the cover of the premier visitors’ magazine ‘Discover Trinidad and Tobago’ and she held her first joint exhibition with a collection of 27 pieces. In 2012, her photographs were chosen as part of the art exhibition of the Trinidad and Tobago Village at the 2012 Olympics in London. In 2014, two images were chosen to be a part of the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure’s exhibit for Indian Arrival Day. In 2015, five of her pieces were chosen to be a part of the Tobago House of Assembly’s Inaugural Visual Arts Exhibition in Tobago. In 2018, one of her photographs was chosen to be a part of the National Museum and Art Gallery of Trinidad and Tobago’s first photography exhibition. Ariann also graduated with her Masters in Social Anthropology in 2018 from Goldsmiths University in London. She has produced calendars showcasing her work from 2012 to 2020 and they were well received both at home and abroad.