Q: What’s the most difficult thing you’ve encountered or had to overcome in your journey of being a Latina creator?
Unfortunately, the most difficult experience I’ve encountered is racism. There will be people who feel the need to try to put you down because of your color, culture, or heritage. That’s something that you have to not let it get to you. Remain proud of who you are and where you come from.
Q: Tell us about how you include your daughters and husband in the content creation process. What does it mean to them?
Some of my content is very organic: I photograph my family while we are traveling, when we are attending special events, birthdays, candid moments, or when my daughters ask me for a photography session. When it comes to sponsored posts, I tell my family about my concept and they decide if they want to be a part of it. My family enjoys me capturing special moments because those moments are frozen in time and they truly treasure them. They can always look back at those moments and smile because they remember that particular time in their lives.
Q: What drew you to working as a creator with Social Native?
I really liked the fact that Social Native has given me opportunities to create special content regardless of my age, race, ethnicity, or follower count. It makes me feel valued that I am able to contribute while representing my culture.