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Before becoming a multi-media professional, Araujo, counseled conduct disorder adolescents as well as offense specific. She also has experience in treating Alzheimer/dementia patients. It is her on going curiosity in the paranormal that led to her supernatural research.
Yvette Araujo is the founder of Trinity Films, a production company that makes short films, talk shows, docudramas, and full-length films. She started the company to produce a full-length film based on a 12-part series she wrote. To better present the concepts from her 12-part manuscript, she went on to produce a mini-series called Modos: The Prophecy Armageddon. The mini-series quickly gained traction, and WGN aired episodes in 2012. Since concluding production of Modos, Trinity Films has started shooting new projects, including a docudrama about the AIDS epidemic and HIV virus. Yvette Araujo, who is also known by her maiden name, Eunice Bundrage, manages the daily operations of the California-based company.
Before founding Trinity Films, Araujo served as the executive producer of Ground Floor Productions. She produced the one-hour, Detroit-based talk show Sister Blvd, which aired on the WB and the PAX Network. Filmed in front of a live audience, the show featured a panel of five female hosts from diverse backgrounds. The hosts and their guests discussed topics such as health, real estate, and fashion for two successful seasons. Yvette Araujo gained much of her early production management experience while shooting the show