Daniel Beltrá has been profiled and his photos used by many publications and news outlets including:
American Photo magazine published a photo from the oil spill on the cover with a profile of Daniel in the July/August 2011 issue.
A photo by Daniel opens a piece in the March 14, 2011 New Yorker about the Gulf oil spill.
The International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) includes photos and an interview with Daniel in a video advocating for environmental protection.
Outdoor Photography (UK) names Daniel as one of the 40 most influential nature photographers.
Orion Magazine uses a photo by Daniel of pelicans drenched in spilled oil on the cover of its November/December 2010 issue.
The Seattle Times profiles Daniel and his work in their Pacific Magazine on October 24, 2010. They also produced a web video interview/slideshow to accompany the article.
A photo of tropical deforestation in Indonesia takes second place in the “One Earth” category in the 2010 Veolia Wildlife Photograper of the Year contest.
The International Photography Awards gives a portfolio of five photos of the Yucatan Peninsula second place in their aerial category.
Plum TV produces an interview-slideshow on Daniel’s oil spill work.
The Aspen Times covers Daniel’s exhibit of oil spill photos at the 212 Gallery.
The Aspen Daily News covers the exhibit of oil spill photos at the 212 Gallery.
The Annenberg Space for Photography hosts a presentation by Daniel for about his work on the Prince’s Rainforests Project.
Daniel presents at Photo Center NW for the Blue Earth Alliance’s exhibition “Art as Activism.”
LensFlare35.com interviews Daniel about his career and recent work in a podcast.
Daniel gives a presentation at San Juan College about his work.
Outside magazine’s blog writes about Daniel’s work for the Prince’s Rainforests Project ahead of the UN’s Copenhagen Climate Change conference in December 2009.
ABC News names Daniel “Person of the Week.”
The Independent covers the PRP exhibit at Kew Gardens.
CNN Europe covers the PRP exhibit at Kew Gardens.