Grassfed Media creates intelligent, engaging content and highly effective PR and marketing campaigns for companies and organizations that do well by doing good.
From environmentally friendly lifestyle brands to local restaurants to socially responsible organizations, we help clients refine their messaging and brand, reach a wider audience, streamline their communications, and achieve their goals.
Our clients have been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Food & Wine, Bon Appétit online, Washingtonian, Parade, The Food Network, Town & Country Magazine, USA Today, DC Modern Luxury, Vogue, Paste, The Hollywood Reporter, NPR, The New York Daily News, Washington Life, Washington City Paper, VegNews, Bloomberg, Yahoo! Food, CBS, ABC 7 Good Morning Washington, NBC, Huffington Post, Fox Good Day DC, Zagat, National Geographic, Eater, WTOP, the Kojo Nnamdi show, and many other local and national media outlets.
We’re different because we go above and beyond–from making important introductions that lead to new business to coming up with killer ideas that will get you the media coverage you deserve to helping you to refine or relaunch your brand. Our founder, Sacha Cohen, spent many years as a writer and editor for national print and online publications, so she knows how best to work with the media to garner great results.
We’ve been told that we’re a lens that shines the best possible light on your business. We agree.
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We get asked a lot about our name, which goes back to our roots….
Our founder, Sacha Cohen, was born in Keyham, a tiny village in England surrounded by farms, rolling hills, and of course, cows. Her mother, Nicole, an artist, loved painting these gentle creatures and even made a few cow sculptures for her kids’ room. Images of cows and the bucolic English countryside became the backdrop to Sacha’s childhood.
Many years after leaving the UK and moving to the U.S., Sacha found herself becoming more and more interested in sustainable agriculture and seafood, locally sourced food, and humanely raised meat. And even though Sacha no longer eats meat, the term “grassfed” evoked memories of her childhood, as well as an authentic way of living–both personally and professionally. And thus…Grassfed Media was born.