Scientific American. The Artful Amoeba. 2017 Surprise Discovered Inside Shaggy, Shimmying Protists.

Rush @rushtheband 2017 – Having a microbe names after each (of) us is a hugely tiny honour! Love it

The Toronto Star 2017 – New microbes named after Rush members

The Globe and Mail 2017 – Scientists name new species of microbes after Rush members

Science World 2015 – For the Love of Science and Art: Q & A with the Creators of Invisible Portraits

University Affairs 2014 – Meet a scientist with a passion for art

UBC News 2014 – Eye of the beholder

Scientific American: The Artful Amoeba 2014 – New Octopus-like Protists in Termite Guts Named for HP Lovecraft Cosmic Monster ‘Cthulhu’

City of Richmond 2013 – Rookery and Roost I

City of Richmond 2013 – Rookery and Roost II

The UBYSSEY 2013 – Germs and bacteria beautified in Invisible Portraits

American Society for Microbiology: Small Things Considered 2013 – Invisible Portraits: A Microbial Art Exhibit

Los Angeles Times 2013 -A teeny tiny Cthulhu monster, found in a termite’s gut

The Christian Science Monitor 2013 – Cthulhu fhtagn! Indescribably terrifying microbes named for Lovecraft monsters.

Scientific Canadian 2013– The Call of Cthulhu 2013 – Why Do We Keep Naming New Species After Characters in Pop Culture?