To develop our company and our products, we’ve always worked closely with representatives from the environments and realities our knives are used in. We’ve been working with ambassadors for a long time, people who use our products on a daily basis as well as dedicated and engaged in their special area of interest. Their input is invaluable for us when it comes to improve and develop our knives.
We’ve got several ambassadors all across the world. Some are locally established and well-known in their home countries, while others are working internationally. What’s important for us is that our partners and ambassadors share our values and are passionate about creating products that live up to the extremely high demands that the user places on their knife.
Dave Canterbury has more than 20 years of experience of bushcraft and survival skills. He’s the founder of the popular Pathfinder School where he holds courses teaching basic skills that are invaluable if you suddenly find yourself alone in nature.
Woodchips crunch lightly under feet in Beth Moen’s workshop. This is where she creates beautiful pieces of handicraft from large blocks of wood. She’s best known for her beautifully carved bowls that are often very large and impressive.
As a former military professional, Johan Skullman has spent time in most types of outdoor environments. Mountains, water, forest or jungle, irrespective of terrain he always has some trick or critical nugget of knowledge stored so that he can always take care of himself, or just make things more comfortable.
Jögge Sundqvist, or surolle as he’s known, is a craftsman through and through. As a wood worker and woodcarving artist he has become famous for his impressive ornaments and beautiful carved objects.
Sparks literally fly around Chris Gregory. As a farrier, he often works at the anvil, forming the horseshoe before putting it onto the horse’s hoof.
Elle drives Elles Utemat offering cooking experiences on an open fire with a focus on local produce and organic ingredients. She is a passionate outdoor chef who loves fire, forest and mushroom picking.
With a passion for painting and decorating, Amy’s interest in popular culture, patterns and the roots of human expression was aroused. Amy works to keep craft traditions alive and relevant in today’s culture.
After many years in the IT industry, Turkey-based Göhkan chose to make a change in life. Now city life has been exchanged for a day-to-day of traveling and outdoor life.
Brandon’s interest in wilderness medicine began in 2005 and he is now one of the instructors at Wilderness Medical Associate International where he is certified as a Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician (WEMT).
Gordon grew up in Moree on the eastern side of Australia. During his growing up, he spent a lot of time in the wilderness where he fished, built camps during long hikes.
Inspired by the craftsmanship and art of our Scandinavian ancestors, Jonas manufactures functional and aesthetic wooden spoons, bowls, chairs, and cutting boards.
Kieran is an international mountain leader and expedition and sports chef with 25 years of experience guiding and cooking on the world’s mountains.
Michele is a leading character within Wolves Italia, an organization focused on outdoor activities.
Sophie lives and works in London where she produces craft products in her home workshop for her brand Grain & Knot.
Shuhei is a writer in natural crafts and crafts and wilderness chef. He produces utensils made from old, natural materials and prepares food under open fire.
After completing craft training at Sätergläntan in Insjön, Sweden, Hyungjun Yong now works with wood crafts in South Korea.
Jarrod is a professional craftsman who has worked with crafts since 1996. He designs, creates and sells his products on the Woodspirit Handcraft website.