James Weber is the founder and owner of Infinite Body Piercing. He currently resides in Baltimore, and when not at the studio can usually be found at one of the city's many dog parks. Read more about James here.
Jessica Rae has worked in the piercing and tattoo world since early 2008. Originally from Portland, Oregon, she spent six years working at Adorn Body Art, where she learned the ins and outs of the industry. During a visit to Philadelphia (and Infinite) in the summer of 2012, she fell in love with the city. Just one year later she had packed all of her things—including her cat, a broomstick, and a ram skull, all of which she took as carry-on items on the plane—and arrived in Philadelphia. She was thrilled to hear of an immediate opening at Infinite, and joined the team in 2013.
Jes oversees all aspects of the office for both Infinite locations. She's based in Philadelphia, but has a hand in almost every aspect of the studios, from our in-store operations to the online store and website. She has over a decade of experience in management within the industry, and has been an associate member of the Association of Professional Piercers since 2014, attending their annual conference and exposition each year since.
Jes lives by the "work hard, play hard" motto. She spends her free time searching out the best local bookstores and hikes in the area, cruising around the city on her motorcycle, or making travel plans for her and her partner. At her core, Jes loves all things strange and unusual, and body piercing remains a big part of that.
Assistant Operations Manager
Noorann moved to Philadelphia from Baltimore, Maryland in late 2017, and was delighted to join the Infinite crew shortly after. Her love of body modification stems from many things, but was sparked as a young teenager when she discovered BMEzine online—and realized she knew exactly what she wanted to do to herself and with her life. Throughout the years, Noorann has begun to focus more of her interest in body modification on the roots of many of these practices in South Asian culture, seeking to carve out space for herself and others to be modified because of their heritage, and not despite it.
Outside of body modification, Noorann maintains a robust film photography practice over at noorannmatties.com and is an avid collector of vintage t-shirts, novelty home decor, tapes, and comics. When she’s not in the office, Noorann can be found hanging out with her cats, Nermal and Hollywood, scanning film, driving around to ‘90s radio rock, and taking on ambitious home improvement projects after watching a single YouTube video on the subject.