Camryn Adjodha

a rising star

William's Warriors had the privilege of fulfilling a Creative Care Package request for Camryn made by CCMC Child Life specialist, Samantha Sherman. Throughout treatment, Camryn continued to work on her art and towards her dream of becoming an illustrator.

We are honored to showcase Camryn's art.

"Camryn was diagnosed when she was 16 years old. She was determined and strong. She was a talented artist and she was known and loved by all. She was the kindest person you'd ever meet. She often donated money to different organizations to help them out. She was a genuine and real person. She was an angel sent to earth to touch everyone's hearts." ~ Michael Adjodha (Camryn's father)

"My biggest inspiration is what happens/ what I do in my daily life. The video games I play/ watch strongly reflects through my art and are a big part of it. Other than that, my cat is my muse as well as other artists I follow online. My work, if I can describe it is, fun, colorful, and carefree. I am always willing to branch out and try something new."




In early 2017 Camryn was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma. Camryn recently completed her freshman year at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan where she is working towards a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Illustration. Her artwork has been exhibited at New York University and has also been featured in various art books. Camryn dreams of one day working for an animation studio such as Pixar. Despite her recent battle with cancer, Camryn strives every day to fulfill her dreams.