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We are a 360° communications, marketing, and design agency.

Founded in 2014, we’re a female-owned public relations and marketing team who shares a passion for endurance sports, adventure, and travel. We’ve established a reputation for bringing expertise and innovation to the table with every project, and have a roster of industry-leading clients to prove it.

We approach projects from a holistic perspective, leveraging a complete plan that spans paid, earned, and owned media. We focus on data-driven results.

  • Website design and development
  • Branding
  • Marketing strategy
  • Paid and organic social media strategy and execution
  • Public relations
  • Influencer marketing
  • Partnerships
  • Email marketing
  • Blog posts
  • Digital marketing
  • Paid promotions
  • Photography and video

Our clients include:


Beachy and Rachel are more than a get-it-done-duo, they also provide the connections, the insights, and the guidance that's so valuable in today's complex media landscape. From digital to traditional PR, they helped us make the most of our budget. Hire them!

Sally BergensenFounder & CEO, Oiselle

Beachy is a swiss army knife when it comes to media relations. She hit it out of the park as her team fielded, and managed hundreds of local, national, and international press demands during my 50th anniversary Boston Marathon run. At the event itself, the team personally set up and attended a demanding schedule. If you're looking for a relentless and nimble press team, stop your search here.

Kathrine SwitzerMarathon Woman

I've worked with many dozens of companies to help grow Xero Shoes, and Beachy and Rachel are on the VERY short list of those who can deliver genuine results. They're willing to do the heavy lifting and take responsibility for getting things done. Plus, they're simply a pleasure to work with. I'd recommend them highly, except that I don't want them taking any time away from working with me!

Steven SashenFounder & CEO, Xero Shoes

Beachy Media has pledged to give 2% of our gross revenue back to local and global communities.

Our communications team closely follows current events to identify trends. In doing so, we’re exposed to news stories covering humanitarian crises around the world. We’re committed to approaching these discoveries with active compassion instead of passive consumption.

To date, we’ve used these funds for everything from assembling welcome bags for refugee families arriving in the US over the holidays to digital marketing services for a non-profit focusing on health infrastructure in rural Africa.