The use of beams carrying orbital angular momentum (OAM) has become ubiquitous and topical in a variety of research fields. More recently, there has been a growing interest in exotic OAM carrying beams with spatially variant polarisation, so called Poincaré sphere beams. Structuring these beams at the source gives rise to compact solutions for a myriad of applications, from laser materials processing to microscopy. Here we present a visible laser that control's the angular momentum of light by arbitrary spin-orbit (SO) momentum conversion using novel metasurface devices. Further, we outline how to generate high purity OAM states in a deterministic manner with charge up to 100. Finally, we demonstrate the generation of symmetric and non-symmetric vector vortex beams from the same source with a large OAM differential between modes of up to 90. The performance and versatility in design of our approach offers a route to control light's angular momentum at the source.