Primary clients: Reuters
Years of experience: More than 10
Alexander has been a working photographer in Chicago for over a decade. He has taught at The Chicago Photography Center, as well as served on their Board. His passion for the city is matched only by his love of exploration and journalism. He has traveled from Spain to Indonesia, always looking for that next amazing image and beheld truth telling.
Alexander's education in the visual art began in adolescence, receiving training in a variety of mediums. In college he was given a private dark room to explore an independent study which involved printing on alternative surfaces.
As an independent photojournalist people have taken notice; shortlisted for the Carmignac Photojournalism Award. quoted in the Chicago Tribune for his opinions about the Women's March and featured on Culture trip :
"Gouletas recognizes that it’s an important time to have a voice like his as a civilian journalist, because ‘there is so much disinformation that we must fight against,’ he said. ‘We have the ability to share a truth to an audience instantly, and hopefully, without censorship. I worry that our rights will become vilified, and the only narrative will be one written for us,’ he continued. "
With a background in production, Corporate photography, and specializing in portraiture, Alexander has taken portraits of CEOs and Presidents of large international companies. Additionally, You can find his work in any publishcation pertaining to food, on the cover of the Chicago Reader, or on exhibition in a local galleries.