Dennicio Luna was born in Tuba City, AZ in 1992 and raised in Teesto, Az. His clans are Todichi ii'nii (Bitter Water Clan) and Ta'neezahnii (Tangle Clan). Dennico attended school in Holbrook, AZ where his mother (Navajo/Mexican) met his step-father Roberto Luna who adopted Dennico at the age of 2 years old. Dennicio took the last name Luna. His Grandfather Prisciliano Luna also made handmade jewelry after moving from Mexico to the U.S to help support his family. It was a blessing to know his grandson Dennicio picked up the talent.
Dennicio and Christina met in 2006 where they began dating and remained good friends throughout the years. Christina Jackson-Luna is the daughter of the famous jewelers Tommy and Marie Jackson. Her clans are Tabaaha and Bit 'ahnii. Dennicio and Christina became parents at the young age of 21 and they have two beautiful boys Cooper and Colt Luna. To help support his family, Dennicio took interest in becoming a silversmith and started to observe his mother and father-in-law create beautiful unique pieces. It's been 6 years since he picked up a hammer in one hand and silver in the other.
Dennicio is at the peak of his career. His pieces consist of heavy gauge silver and a variety of high grade stones. "The best advise Tommy gave me." Dennicio is becoming well-known with his stamp work and the choices of his stones in color and contrast. His wife does all the beading, handmade silver beads, and has her own side job of earrings for rodeo events. "If you can't find us in the shop, we are out riding and roping with the family. We give all the honor and glory to God.”