Weston Uram (b. 1996, New Mexico, US) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Los Angeles. Uram's work straddles the line between physical and digital, drawing attention to the values and structures placed onto making, and how such processes are tied to the body, identity, and gender. Working primarily in embroidery, drawing, and wood carving, Uram twists the typical artistic referents of masculinity and femininity, challenging the viewer's personal notions on such topics. Uram received an BFA from Middlebury College, and has had work showcased in publications such as CLASH, ART Habens Art Review, and Infinity Ink.