Her work consisted in collaborating "directly" with the family of Selena Quintanilla to gather enough information and make a brief tribute to the singer who died on March 31, 1993 in the hands of a fanatic.
The late singer released her first album, "Selena" on October 17, 1989.
If you were up late last night Googling that weird rash on your foot or reading conspiracy theories, you already know what we're about to tell you: Google Doodle is all about iconic Mexican-American pop singer Selena Quintanilla. They called her the Queen of Tejano music, she was named the top selling Latin artist of the 1990s decade. I even sang Selena classics in talent shows across northeast Texas [photo evidence below, courtesy of my Mom].
A scene from the video shows Selena singing while her father, Abraham played guitar. Tuesday marks the anniversary of the release of her debut album, "Selena", in 1989.
Campos and the Google Doodle team spent two years working with celebrated designers and animators as well as working closely with the superstar's family in order to accurately portray the musician's life. The group hit the road, against the advice of Selena's teachers, and her musical career began. The little girl who had a dream and she became who she became.
Barack and Michelle Obama's portraits commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery
His rich, highly saturated color palette and his use of decorative patterns complement his realistic, yet expressive, likenesses. Though the museum has not released the specific unveiling date, the portraits will be revealed in early 2018.
She told Billboard: "I took my new team lead aside and said, 'Look, I'm really passionate about this and know we could make something really unbelievable".
Google often celebrates holidays, special occasions, and historical figures by creating "Doodles".
She fought through all the discrimination against in the male-dominated music genre to lack of cooperation from venues and financial institutions. "I was raised knowing that one day, she'll be resurrected and we'll see her again". It will also be on Google India's homepage.
In addition to the doodle, Google is giving the world a look at some of Selena's most prized possessions including outfits, awards, and fan art through its Google Arts & Culture exhibit, an online exhibition that can be viewed around the world.