Geovany Uranda was born in 1993 in San Gabriel, California and raised in East Las Vegas, NV. He is interested in the desert, tropical and arid plants, arthropods, masks, cultura, and the occult. Having a well-lived career in an indie band, he has long been a member of the Southern Nevada arts scene. Uranda's involvement in the music scene gave way to his interest in becoming a self-taught graphic designer, creating flyers for shows and events. As a Chicano artist, he has developed his artistic expression further under the mentorship of several established Las Vegas artists and explored mediums such as photography, sculpture, and design. Geovany has participated in group exhibitions and collaborated on numerous projects including the recent design of “The ABCs of Latindad Coloring Book” for the podcast Latinos Who Lunch. Currently, his large-scale mural, Tres Fases, is on view in UNLV’s Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art’s Future Relics: Artifacts for a New World curated by GULCH Collective.