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We’re mad men and women. Creative super freaks in the pursuit of the BIG IDEA. We are dreamers, risk takers, movers and shakers. We firmly believe that the world could use a few more rule breakers.

Eddy Nelson, Proprietor of e3 and co.

For more than 17 years, Eddy has been wearing all kinds of hats, including film and video producer, sound designer, account executive, new business director. He has a passion for film and has been shooting reels since he got his hands on an 8mm camera as a kid. Eddy began his advertising career as film and video producer, and over the years, his clients kept asking for more. To meet their demand for a larger service menu, Eddy opened a full-service advertising shop in 1997. He has the ability to provide clients with creative and strategic vision that helps them meet their marketing objectives.

Lori Bosacker, Media Director

Lori has been flexing her media muscles for 14+ years at agencies such as; Fallon McElligott, Carmichael Lynch and Martin Williams and e3 and co. She has worked in a variety of industries, both national and local, but has spent the last 4+ years working specifically in the local car industry. Lori doesn’t need a monster budget to leverage a great media buy. She works hard to get a huge bang out of every buck—whether the budget is large or small. Lori is media neutral. And doesn’t play into local media politics. She has been in the business long enough to develop strong media relationships, but she never permits the relationships to get in the way of doing what is best for her clients.

Heidi Nelson, Creative Director

Heidi has been creating advertising campaigns for more than 16 years. She has worked on every size account from big brands to small brands, including AOL, Starwood Hotels and Resorts, Continental Airlines, Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Pigs Eye Beer, The Minnesota State Fair, The American Dairy Association, Green Mill, GMADA and the Twin Cities Auto Show, Zel Skin & Laser Specialists, Borton Volvo, Lunds & Byerlys, Lupient Infiniti and Lupient Buick GMC. Size does not matter. It’s all about the work for her. Heidi has a penchant for thinking originally and creative problem solving.

Rich Hart, Art Director

Figuratively speaking, he’d be the guy wearing a black beret. But really Rich wears a baseball cap to work. Rich has been in the advertising industry for 20 years. He’s anything but an arty diva. Rich is pragmatic and creative—a truly ambidextrous feat. Clients with tight budgets are blessed with inspired and intelligent work. He can take stock photography and make it look like something Annie Leibovitz shot under his direction. He believes in the power of clean art direction that stands the test of time.