You see, when I was a kid, I wanted to be make a difference in the world, be a school teacher, an artist, a photographer, and even a rockstar. As I got older, society told me those were silly dreams. When I was in high school, my only job was to get good grades, volunteer in the community, be a good daughter and follow the rules. By the time I got to college, I had no idea of what I wanted to do. I knew I was supposed to be “there” because that was part of the plan that was created for me. I was told you go to school, get good grades to get into college, graduate, get a stable job, get married and live life. Yet; that wasn’t what my soul was craving. It began to show on my grades and dedication to learning. My soul craved creativity, adventure and an endless amount of new experiences. So I did what I thought was best for me at the time. I listened to that crazy little voice and began to walk my own journey.
For the past 10 years, I’ve made it my mission to do what makes me happy and share it with others. I’ve always been a creative person, so I use art and photography to help me make sense of how the world makes me feel. The sacrifices my mother made when she left her native Mexico for the U.S. meant that I had to work really hard and taught me that there are people out there who don’t have a voice and need my help. I enjoy helping my community. I love helping small business owners/entrepreneurs grow their business with cost effective marketing and sales strategies. So what exactly do I do? I am an artist-entrepreneur. A creative soul with big dreams. I am a voice for the underrepresented, a teacher, a sounding board for those who are trying to find a new way. I’m a rockstar! I guess my childhood dreams came true.
I am currently in the process of uploading new work. In the meantime, you can always check out my Etsy Shop. You can also send me a message and I’ll be more than happy to share some of my latest work.
Anything that includes genuine collaboration, adds value to our community and is filled with creative input.
I would rather have clients that align with my core values. I believe a good client relationship starts with an appreciation of each others work. I want to work with people who love our community and enjoy collaboration.
My marketing services are an investment in your business. The type of well-executed strategy we will create will provide a value that’s far greater than the upfront investment. Pricing is based on the amount of hours your project will take. In order to determine that, we will need to have a brief discussion about your project, the level of detail involved, technical requirements, etc. The best way to get the ball rolling on that process is to send an email to email@example.com, and we’ll ask you some questions.
I am always happy to let others pick my brain (in exchange for food or lots of laughs) and provide guidance where needed. I might not always have the time to work with you directly, but I can always find someone to help.
Each timeline is different, and is determined by the amount of deliverables and the level of intricacy your project requires. Once I get more information about your project, I’ll be able to give you an estimated time frame. The best way to get the ball rolling on that process is to send an email to jenniferamolina@Mac.com.
It depends. If you’re being cheap, then the answer is no. If you truly want to capture a moment and don’t even have money for a cup of coffee. Then we can talk about it.
I don’t filter myself, I share things that I’m interested in, I complain when I’m having a bad day, and I celebrate people that are doing awesome things. The best way to be successful on a social network is to be yourself. People can sense if you’re being disingenuous from a mile away.
I’m always happy to review products and services, as long as I actually get the opportunity to use it and truly believe my audience will like it. The best way to reach out to me about this is to do so through email or twitter, and if I like what I see, I’ll retweet. Just please don’t clog up my @mentions feed with products that are obviously not right for my audience.