An original short film about Brad Goldpaint’s journey into photography and where it took him will be featured on Oprah Winfrey’s Emmy award winning series, “Super Soul Sunday” airing October 20, 2013 at 11 a.m. ET/PT.
‘Twilight’ received the grand prize in Oregon Wild’s 2013 Outdoor Photo Contest.
Terra Mater published ‘Synchronic’ and a story about how I got the shot in their 04/2013 issue.
Central Oregon Magazine published a number of images in an article entitled ‘Gazing Upward’ in their summer 2013 issue.
‘The Unbroken Dark’ received the grand prize in the Pacific Crest Trail Association’s 2012 photography contest and is featured on the cover of their March 2013 issue.
Central Oregon’s leading fine-art magazine selected ‘Beyond the Rim’ as their cover image for the January 2013 issue. I also had the pleasure of being interviewed by Jeff Spry for the featured article entitled, “Brad Goldpaint a Dreamer of Rare Caliber.”
Popular Science featured an article about my work entitled “12 Incredible Works Of Astrophotography By Brad Goldpaint” on December 27, 2012. Click HERE to see the article.
‘The Ninth Movement’ was included in the Astronomy Photographer of the Year: Collection 1.
Wired Science featured ‘Ambitious Dreams’ as their Space Photo of the Day on November 5th, 2012.‘Wandering Light’ was selected as NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) July 25, 2012. Click HERE to see the article. Space.com featured ‘Within Two Worlds’ and a slideshow of my work on July 20, 2012. Click HERE to see the article.
‘Silent Effigy’ was published in a special edition of National Geographic Magazine entitled, ‘Exploring Space’ on July 15, 2012National Geographic featured ‘Wandering Light’ in their Daily News article on June 19, 2012. Click HERE to see the article. ‘Rekindled Flame’ was featured in Discover Magazine’s Bad Astronomer Blog. Click HERE to see the article. Special thanks to Phil Plait.
Yahoo.com featured a slideshow of my work on their homepage. Images included ‘Delineated’, ‘Beyond the Invisible’, ‘Aeon Rising’, ‘Synchronic’, ‘Sequence of Finite’, ‘Nighted Vail’, and ‘True Dawn’. Click HERE to see the link.
Redding’s daily newspaper, ‘The Record Searchlight’, featured a story about my work and used ‘A Moments Notice’ and ‘Escorted by Legends’ in the article. It was printed in the Sunday Edition on December 4, 2011. Click HERE to see a picture of the printed article or click HERE to see the online version.
Metro International featured ‘Synchronic’ in their worldwide daily newspaper. The article was published in Budapest, Amsterdam, Holland, Rotterdam, Vancouver, Calgary, Halifax, London, Ottawa, Toronto, and Winnipeg. Click HERE to see the article.Czech Republic’s National Geographic featured an article and a handful of images on their website. Click HERE to see the link or click on the thumbnail.
Czech Republic’s online magazine, ‘Novinky.cz’ featured Aeon Rising on their homepage along with an article and slideshow of my work. You can read the article HERE.
The Times featured an article and slideshow of my work on November 6, 2011. Click HERE to see a screen shot of the article and slideshow.
The Huffington Post featured an article of my work along with a collection of images. Click HERE to read the article.
UK’s ‘Daily Newspaper’ featured “Synchronic” on their front page, and selected a handful of images in an article about my travels along the Pacific Crest Trail and remote locations in ‘Mail Online’. Click HERE to read the article.
Images “Delineated” and “Second Chances”, in addition to my time-lapse video entitled, “Breaking Point” were featured in Discover Magazine’s, ‘Bad Astronomy’ blog entitled, “The Skies Reflect our Spinning World.” Click HERE to see the article.
‘“Silent Effigy” was selected for NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) May 24, 2011. Click on the thumbnail to see a screenshot or follow the link HERE.
“Silent Effigy” was selected by National Geographic for their ‘Daily Dozen’ selection. Click on the thumbnail to see a screenshot or click HERE.
“Silent Effigy” was selected by Earthshots.org for their Picture of the Day. Click on the thumbnail or HERE to see the link.