William Kwamena-Poh has been creating his wonderful works since 1980 when he arrived in the United States from Ghana, West Africa. After graduating from Talladega College in 1984, he lived in Washington, DC, for a year and in Chicago for ten years. He then moved to Savannah, GA to broaden his artistic horizons and to focus more on his artistic creativity.
His works have graced the sets of the "Cosby Show", "Living Single", "Martin", "South Central", "Roc Live", "Motown 30", "In the House", Moesha", and the motion picture "Losing Isaiah". His works can also be found in corporate collections such as Luster Productions, Amoco Prudential, Ford Motors, Disney and in other prominent private and well-known public figures throughout the States and abroad.