Moh is from the capital city of Accra, Ghana. A place known to many as the most peaceful city in the world! Recognized for its long history in hospitality, diverse landscapes and historic landmarks, visitors from all over the world flock to the attractions here in search of new adventure.
Growing up Moh discovered that he was inspired by everyday life in Africa. As he moved into adulthood, he noticed that the issues that plagued many women elsewhere somehow seem to empower African women. Through his purview he found that many of the women he encountered were on a mission to change their narrative which was to be equal to men. Moh used these lifestyle and societal changes in his work along with historical references to show growth in society.
During his travels globally he noticed that there were many false claims made in media about his home country. As a personal campaign, Moh looked to create awareness about social and environmental issues that exist in a way that educated and entertained, informed of Ghana’s diverse traditions, and focused on the future he wished to see – some refer to this style as Afro-Futurism.
In his own words: “I’ve always been inspired. For as long as I can remember I have been committed to my inspirations and I allow art to be the vehicle in which I communicate what fuels within me. It’s has become a form of therapy which allows me to tell my story. As personal as my story may be, I find it necessary and my responsibility to not only share my art with the world but give hope to those that are less privileged in society. I have come to recognize that I’m constantly learning and evolving, and because of this I look to share my works with the world with the hopes of the world sharing itself with me.”