Born & raised in Whitehorse, YT – Keighlan Gustus wandered off in 2014 to the big city in search of an adventure (and diploma or something, y’know). After 6 weeks & one heck of a bout with meningitis, she returned to the frozen north to recover & stumbled back into the world, searching for brighter horizons. Reconnecting with her passion for nature, photography, pizza, and tattoos, Keighlan has landed ship at Triple J’s by day, while managing her photography, design, and quest for new learning endeavors by night.
A long strange road brought Naomi to Whitehorse, and now all she wants to do is watch otters and push classic blues on unsuspecting strangers. You might not see her body mods at first glance, but rest assured, she’s probably more hardcore than you.
JEN DENSMORE, Certified Piercer: Born awesome in Whitehorse, Yukon circa 1977, stay awesome! Hee. I was interested in body piercing from a very young age. Unfortunately, I had my share of horrifying experiences which involved piercing guns, inexperienced piercers, and home piercings! Eventually, I found a proper avenue for my interests and began my apprenticeship in Vancouver with Fogg at Next Body Piercing and Tattoo. I became a certified body piercer in January 2000 and the rest, as they say, is history.
Lea-Ann McNally Our Social Media Manager, Web Designer & Digital Content Creator!
An emerging artist with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Inter media-Cyber Arts. She is always seeking new fun and innovative ways of creating content through video, stop motion, photography & time lapse.
JORDI AND JEREMY JONES, Owners and Founders of Triple J’s: Parents to Blue Peekaboo, they enjoy Deep Creek bliss, living out at Lake Laberge with their 8 animals and amazing daughter. Jordi is the Managing Owner, while also balancing her philanthropic work as Founding President of Kona’s Coalition – an NPO dedicated to improving animal welfare in the Yukon. Jeremy moonlights as the Occupational Health and Safety Specialist for Kwanlin Dun First Nation. Together, they have created a hub for music and culture in Whitehorse. They look forward to a long, prosperous future rockin’ “all things cool” at Triple J’s. They couldn’t do it without the support of their the best customers on the planet – our locals – and the kickass Triple J’s Collective.