This page lists pointers to appearances of happyfolding.com and Sara Adams' origami work in the media.
July 2014: New York Times
On July 10th an article by Robert Ito titled In Time-Lapse Videos, the Magic Unfolds: Online Origami Tutorials Eclipse the Traditional Manual was published. He interviewed both Robert Lang and myself for the article - what an honor!
February 2011: Reuters global news agency
On Februrary 21st Ben Gruber, Reuters, reported on origami. The video features Robert Lang, as well as my time-lapse video on the folding of a scaled koi. See it here: http://www.reuters.com/video/2011/02/21/ancient-art-of-origami-goes-digital?videoId=189131029&videoChannel=1004
February 2011: West Hawaii Today daily newspaper
On February 13th Lisa Marie Dahm published an article on origami in the Special to West Hawaii Today. Deb Pun Discoe, a friend of mine, was interviewed for this article, and she gave me a shout-out:
Though there are few classes available regularly in West Hawaii, Pun Discoe said that you can buy a modern origami book or get one from the public library. She said that there are also free designs available online. She also recommends watching You Tube videos that offer instructions, especially those done by Sara Adams who also has a website, happyfolding.com.Read the full article here: http://westhawaiitoday.com/articles/2011/02/13/features/features01.txt
October 2010: Sciences et Avenir print and online magazine
January 2010: The Independent online newspaper article
In the arts section of The Independent website, happyfolding was listed as the top origami and paperfolding website. They said:
1. Happy Folding - happyfolding.com A website dedicated to the art of origami. Everything you need to know about folding paper including video 'how to' origami tutorials, an origami dictionary, folding diagrams, plans that you can print out, a large online origami gallery, and news articles about origami.
July 2009: KNLS radio program
June 2008: Nokia Free Hands Challenge
Nokia launched a Free Hands Challenge with the theme Don’t waste those talented hands. Make a hands free video to share with the world – and you could come away with your hands full. I was asked to make one of the feature films, as well as be one of the six supremos, i.e. the judges that decided which video creator won the challenge.