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Green Needle Records

We've been working with a lot of local businesses over the past few months, getting shots of both the employees at work, and the spaces themselves.

Green Needle Records was one of our favourite spots, because a) Jim Holland, the owner is the best, and b) his new space is unreal!

We actually shot our very first video at Green Needle Records when it was first being built! This little ditty of Kyle Cashen, recorded and mixed by Jordy Walker! It's amazing to go into the space now and see how far it's come! (Also, hilarious to look back on our very first video, including our old logo)

Needless to say, Green Needle is an incredible space for both local musicians, and artists from outside to come and do a yukon retreat to write and record albums.

So artists, if you're looking for a space, check out




It's Business Time!

It's no secret that we love where we live, and that a lot of that has to do with the awesome community we are surrounded by here. One of those communities we are really proud to be a part of ourselves, is the local business community. We have an incredible group of talented, hardworking entrepreneurs in the Yukon, so when we were asked to specifically do some work with some of the local Whitehorse women in business for the most recent issue of Yukon North of Ordinary Magazine, we were stoked! 

Whether you're looking for new, eco-friendly clothes, want to get lost in a sea of unique home decor and gift ideas, want to finally learn to love yoga (Jess, I am forever grateful for you teaching me how awesome it can be) or you want to sample some delicious food and drinks in style, you'll never be bored if you visit these yukon businesses.  

SO, if you haven't already, check them out! 

Jess Read-Breath of Life

Christine and Katja-The Cork N' Bull

Ciara and Lorraine Stick-Climate Clothing

Jen Williams-The Collective good