Description: Alexandre Araújo was born in Maranhão in 1971 in the town of Bacabal and since childhood has always been very communicative and creative. Born under the sign of the bull, his sensitivity, self-confidence and responsibility manifests itself in everything he does. The playful and pleasurable ease with which he manipulates his talent is shown through his work.
Photography for Alexandre Araújo has a special meaning because he has the conviction that all life is sacred and that it is expressed more strongly in the most sublime moments in which we share and record our happy moments.
Alexandre Araújo always had at his disposal the brightest talents to share with people, but within the realm of photography he found the environment to express its peculiar look in his work and infuse a new quality.
For him, photography is an art which is a basic message, always the best gift, material, intellectual and spiritual. Very valuable and simple, the picture will certainly never be considered negligible.
Alexandre Araújo receives inspiration from several professionals such as Ewerton Rosa, Vinicius Matos, Miranda Anderson and searches through their work to disseminate this new look that is converted through photography. “Life in a dream and this dream into art,” turning the photos into books, stories of our own eternal life.
Alexandre Araujo began his career recording social events (graduations, birthdays …). Today, he specializes in photographing weddings.
Why wedding photography?
“PHOTO LIGHT GRAF = = WRITING. So, photography means writing with light. But when it comes to wedding photography, the thing is a bit more complex. Photographing a couple wondering what their kids looking at, written with light. Instead of pen and paper, using images and editing to tell a story for future generations. Wedding photography is the synchrony between light and emotion. The expectation of those who hire me is to have an album that tells the story of a special moment in a family, but it serves also for their children and grandchildren. In my view, the wedding album is more important than the actual document signed and acknowledged. ” (Mark Andreoni)