Kari A. Logan, Principal/President

PR Consultant | Copywriter | Media Expert


For over 25 years, Kari Logan has helped clients reveal words and images to educate, promote, inspire and call their target market to action. She is a published, award-winning copywriter and media relations expert with work featured in magazines, business journals and trade publications across the country.

Kari writes articles, web copy, blogs, ads, direct mail, press releases and public awareness campaigns for clients across multiple industries. As a former journalist, she knows how to uncover a news angle, pitch it and secure coverage, averaging over 500 placements per year.

Kari’s specialty is aging, eldercare and caregiving from the perspective of an adult child. She has worked with private business, state government and non-profit organizations and provides staff and media relations training.

Hailed for her ability to turn bullet points and pages of notes into attention-getting copy, her writing has educated, inspired and motivated target markets and sparked positive behavior changes within communities.

Ask Kari about the time she hung out with LL Cool J.

Ian R. Logan, Principal/Vice President

Video Producer | Videographer | Editor | Lighting Expert


With over 25 years in television, Ian has a wide variety of experience in the industry as a videographer, editor and director of photography. He has edited and post-produced six national television shows, including the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives and Outrageous Food. He also cut HGTV’s Bath CrashersAmerica's Most Desperate Kitchens, Blog Cabin and the Emmy nominated, nationally syndicated Beer Geeks. Ian was involved in the initial development of Beer Geeks for Page Productions and post-produced the show, taking the raw video and creating the story lines for all segments of the thirty-minute program. All six of these shows highlight Ian's strong ability to tell a compelling story.

Ian’s 15 years as a television news photographer/editor trained him to adapt quickly to changing situations and work well under deadlines. During his 13 years at KSTP-TV in the Twin Cities, Ian covered countless news stories from Super Bowls to investigative reports. He received three Midwest Regional Emmy awards for producing, shooting and editing and the prestigious Edward R. Murrow.

Ask Ian about the time he got stranded on sea ice in a three ton vehicle in Siberia.

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