About Us

"I AM"

Our Philosophy

To encourage the exposure of that imaginator force that might otherwise be deemed nonexistent.

Our Approach

Our Story

Our Story

Digital Times Vision Incorporated was founded as a Delaware company in November of 1998 by Patience Harford. After about a decade of functioning as a service based multimedia company, it is now offering a digital platform for writers, fine artists, and theatrical producers of a variety of implementation, to showcase their works to an ever accessible world audience. It has always been a deeply held belief of Ijeoma Iloputaife that all things, visible and invisible are interconnected as well as interactive within a variety of environments. Everyone and everything has a story. To every story is attached a wherewithal to be told.

Meet Ijeoma Iloputaife

Omah at the Eiffel tower

Ijeoma Iloputaife

Vice President

Multi-talented imaginator Ijeoma Iloputaife, also known as Omah Diegu and 'oma 'taife, is a Ghana born Nigerian who has taken up residency in California as an American citizen. She plays a pioneering role as the first African woman to study film and television production at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), and is recognized as one of the filmmakers of an iconic group known as L.A. Rebellion. As a college undergraduate in the mid 1970’s, Ijeoma Iloputaife studied fine and applied arts at the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), and worked as a newsreel correspondent with Radio Nigeria Lagos during the vacations. On graduation, she worked as a reporter with Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) Lagos before deciding to become a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) candidate at UCLA in the late 1970s. Ijeoma Iloputaife has since made a number of films, a couple of which are still in circulation: "African Woman-USA"; and "The Snake in My Bed". As 'oma 'taife, she held exhibitions of her oil paintings under such theme titles as: "Strange encounter With the Ancestors" and "The plight of The Rural Woman in Africa." She continues as Omah Diegu, to write poems, essays and novels which she hopes to add to her publications, such as "Frauen Afrikas - Woman of Africa".

You may learn more about Ijeoma Iloputaife in an indepth interview of her conducted by Beti Allerson on July 2014:

Omah Diegu: artist, and filmmaker of the iconic L.A. Rebellion film movement