Below you’ll find a list of Guide Stash team members, their individual Guide Stash email address, and links to their social media profiles so you can follow them. For general site inquiries, please visit the
Contact Us page.
Jan Ole Peek
Co-Founder, Editor in Chief
Jan has been playing video games for over 30 years and been a passionate geek for the better part of his life. He’s Guide Stash’s resident simulator fanatic, spending countless hours and dollars on everything from flight sims to truck and farming simulators. You’ll also find him cursing his way through a life-long Destiny addiction while planning out all manner of interesting encounters as a D&D game master.
Bill inadvertently fell into the world of video games in 2013, initially creating YouTube content for Prima Games, where he began writing on a full-time basis throughout 2014. In late 2014 he also joined USgamer, going full-time there as a Guides Editor in 2015. Throughout 2015 Bill developed a successful guides program focused on quality content and strong SEO. In July of 2016, Bill made the move to Greenlit Content as a Senior Editor, joining Shacknews as Managing Editor in August 2017, while simultaneously transitioning to the role of Editorial SEO Specialist for Greenlit Content. He still holds both positions today.
Larryn is a content creator and editor who has written guides and features for various gaming websites. She is always on the lookout for games with engaging stories, challenging puzzles, or unique gameplay mechanics.
Dusty was raised on the 8-bit streets of the NES since the young age of four. He has seen the gaming world evolve to what it is today and over time, his passion for it has only grown. Whether it's single player or multiplayer, Dusty is playing it.
Joe is the resident front-end developer and designer here at Guide Stash. In his spare time, he likes to put his musical and audio engineering skills to use while talking games and the games industry on podcasts such as
Men Like That and The Cartridge Family. Joe also wants you to know that he's neither funny nor smart.
Tony has been an avid gamer since his parents bought him and his brothers their first video game console, an NES in the early 1990s. After this first experience of playing Super Mario Bros. and having to blow into cartridges to get them to work, Tony has been solidly hooked ever since. He enjoys a healthy variety of game genres and platforms but he sure loves his racing games.
Aidan has been playing video games since 1985 and has owned or played pretty much every gaming system since that time. His love of gaming has been called “aggressive and uncomfortable” and he can often be heard shouting about weapon balancing and level design from under a large pile of cats.