Caesar, is in the forefront of Birmingham's media and arts
scene. At the core of his enterprise is OOM Gallery, an online
showcase of Caesar's extensive photographic, photomontage
and film work.
OOM also hosts regular exhibitions by the artist, covering
subjects as diverse as music, architecture and portraiture.
Celebrating black music legends...
honour of Black History Month 2004 the gallery is proud to
present 'Muzik Kinda Sweet', a unique exhibition celebrating
legends of black music, including Stevie Wonder, Rita Marley
and Lee Scratch Perry.
photographs are a result of a long and successful career in
the media, where Pogus worked with a number of international
personalities as a producer and director.
determination and hard work ...
in St Kitts, West Indies and raised in Birmingham, Pogus Caesar
formed Windrush Productions 10 years ago and has made a range
of multicultural programmes for TV, including the award winning
series 'Xpress' and 'Respect' for Carlton Television.
puts his long career down to a good work ethic and sheer determination,
sometimes in the face of tough opposition "I have always
believed that life gives you back what you put in. I've faced
a lot of challenges throughout my career - some of those have
been down to people's perception of me as a black person"-
important thing is to always keep the higher moral ground
and never doubt yourself. Self-belief is the most powerful
thing in the world. If you surround yourself with good people,
who are honest with you, you can't fail."
out more about Pogus Caesar's successful career and
the journey he took to get there, at: www.oomgallery.net.