sharing stories and copper love around the world!
I've been fortunate, lucky, and grateful to have had wonderful and varied exposure - from local stories to international interviews. Read on for some inside scoops!
One of the messages I carry through most conversations I have with the media is how saying yes, even when you're afraid, can open amazing doors.
Most media coverage is about the copper cookware (or how I got here), my books, or both. From Forbes to Martha Stewart, PBS to NBC's TODAY Show, London's Root+Bone and Spain's Sirius radio, I've been absolutely thrilled to discuss all the nooks and crannies of my journey with everyone. My one hope? That something in this story inspires you - for you to tackle the world in the way you've always wanted.
"I started this because I wanted the experience of building something that could last thousands of years..."
"Here in her shop, Sara works the fire and brings heirlooms to life. As the afternoon sun cuts through the dust and smoke in the air, golden copper creations glow.
"'The made in America part really does matter, and I stay as local as possible to meet people and learn from them in person.' she notes."
- Our Wisconsin
"I never knew how great it could be working with a content creator who GETS it. Mathilde really gets it.
I'm baby farm-to-table sartorial helvetica, migas marfa paleo chambray normcore 8-bit bushwick roof party truffaut banjo actually. YOLO health goth jean shorts forage farm-to-table flannel. Brooklyn hexagon biodiesel af, man bun literally salvia live-edge fixie cornhole freegan.
- monique, model
"'I wanted to be the builder of my kitchen tools, not just the consumer,' Sara Dahmen says of why she became a coppersmith... 'Our kitchen tools should be as conscious a decision as our food is...like food grown with the least impact on the environment, we should expect the same of our cookware.'"
"I want [people] to feel connected to people who've been cooking in copper for thousands of years."
"I use 200-year-old tools to build replica cookware...
used in pioneer kitchens
- sara dahmen, from the inspired home magazine
While working with national press is amazing, it's also great to connect on the local level. I'm all about local, after all. Keeping our stories connected to our roots is always important!
I hope there are more people who pick up
- Sara in Martha Stewart
If you're looking for an appearance, an interview, or maybe a hands-on workshop for your group...