Anjali Kamran

About Me

Welcome to my website!! My name is Anjali Kamran, and I’ve just completed my Junior year at Mountain View High School and my first year as a Design student at Freestyle Academy.

I am passionate about design and photography as I aspire to become a fashion designer or entrepreneur when I graduate. Ever since I was little, I’ve always dreamed of going to London or New York to become a fashion designer. Throughout my high school experience I have attended many classes to learn more about what I want to do in that field. I hope that someday I’ll have my own little boutique to run.

Outside of school, I love to sketch different outfit designs, spend time with my friends & family, and read.

I am also of the MVHS Color guard. We are a group of dancers that express the music played by the marching band through spinning our colorful flags, tossing our wooden rifles, and performing tricks with our plastic sabers. Through these expressions we communicate the story to the audience. The marching band community is so welcoming and I have made many life-long friends. The long hours may be discouraging to some, but in the end, to be able to see your show and what you’ve accomplished makes it all worth it.

Being a student at Freestyle, I value the resources and opportunities that we are given. The time and dedication that teachers put into helping us, and the resources that they provide for us allow us to succeed and help us grow as artists is unfathomable. I am grateful to be a part of this program and hope that it will help me get into Art School.

At the beginning of the school year I remember being very afraid to try new things and often found myself stuck in my comfort zone. As the year progressed I found myself exploring new ideas and found a whole new world outside my comfort zone. This first year at Freestyle was very different and difficult for a lot of reasons however, I am so grateful for the opportunity to be apart of the Freestyle community. I am really proud of the work that I have created during all our units and I am excited to see what my Senior year has in store for me.

Your dream doesn’t have an expiration date.

Take a deep breath and try again.

~ KT Witten