Bradly Dreamwalker MacDonald is an enrolled citizen of the Algonquin nation of Pikwakanagan Indian reserve in Golden Lake, Ontario, Canada.  After years of work in the aerospace industry in the United States, he grew disillusioned by what he was doing and returned home to find new direction. In 1982 he was asked by family elders to creatively direct his talents for the betterment of all people. Since that time Brad has focused his energies as a fine artist and mentor in the world community of peoples. This brief outline of accomplishments displays a small part of his life work.

Bradly Dreamwalker MacDonald from Dreamwalker Fine Arts has many accomplishments including the following:
Founding member with 25 artist peers, British Columbia Arts and Crafts Society, Vancouver, BC
Co-producer, the International Children’s Day Parade featured opening of the World Exposition in Vancouver, Canada in 1986.  This parade received the endorsement of the United Nations.
Fund raising efforts for the California Indian Centers, American Red Cross, Salish-Kootenai College, American Indian College Fund and the American Indian Higher Education Consortium as well as community programs sponsored by Police Departments, the California Highway Patrol, San Diego City Attorney’s Office, San Diego Indian Health Center, and the Southern California Indian Health Council, and many others.