Namon (NAY-MON) Eugene is a creative who writes, sings, and makes things.
Namon is currently living in New York City where he's developing digital and performance projects through his creative lab, Loyal Occupant. He's also the Senior Op-Ed Editor at Blavity.
Previously, the creative interned on the WNYC show Death, Sex & Money, created the personal essay/audio hybrid Namon's Notes, and wrote a regular review column at Heed Magazine.
Feel free to contact him anytime at contact@NamonEugene.com. He'll be happy to hear from you.
Squares are generally not attention getters, but can be tilted to add an unexpected twist.
The structural symbolism of the square means to implement a plan, build on that plan and manifest the idea into reality.