"Katarina's journey is a story of inspiration and passion that is matched only by the beauty of her photography.
This was about Utzon and the Opera House, yet we were all spellbound by the girl who dared to dream..."
- Jan Ravnholt, Consul General, Royal Danish Consulate General, Melbourne
"When I first discussed the project with Katarina I was spellbound by her incredible enthusiasm to reinvigorate the Sydney Opera House story. As a Scandinavian company, it was a natural choice for us to be involved in the Australian market due to the unconditional quality the venture projected. Via this local involvement, Katarina was key in introducing us to other like-minded companies, developing an increased network and greater long-term business opportunities. It was from this tangible realisation that our company extended our involvement to a global scale."
- Lars Olofsson, CEO Scandinavian Airlines Australia
"PANDORA retailers attending the PANDORA sponsored event in Melbourne were proud to be associated with such a prestigious launch event and curious to meet both Katarina Stuebe, 'the young human dynamo' that they had heard so much about, and Jan Utzon. In addition to this, we have a number of Katarina's books, signed by both Katarina and Jan Utzon, which we will use as prestigious corporate gifts in the months ahead."
- Margarethe Marsh, Marketing Manager, PANDORA Australia
"...What a fantastic project and what a wonderful opportunity, for you, for us, for the whole world to get to know Utzon, "The true story"..."
- Birgitte Engholm, Cultural Attache, Royal Danish Consulate General, Sydney
"Armed with a bunch of flowers and her portfolio but without an appointment, Stuebe boldly knocked on the front door of the home of the Opera House's architect Joern Utzon and his wife Lis, in the Danish town of Hellebaek in 2006. Stuebe was invited in and spent the next few hours with the famous architect discussing the iconic structure. The young photographer and design genius, then 88, discovered a shared passion and love for the building."
- Luise Turk, Illawarra Mercurry May 30, 2009
"...I wanted to say what lovely texts they were - I was fascinated by the way this icon affected the life of the this very normal (and very charming) family and your story made me want to leave the office directly and go and knock on some writers' doors. I read a lot of very dry art texts and found these as sparkling as those white, stoneware tiles."
- Ben Fergusson, Copy - Editing