Nina Hubbs Zurier works primarily in photography and video. Much of her work deals with aspects of subversion—in terms of process and representation—as well as a kind of radical editing, or focus, so as to include only the details most essential to the subject. Recent exhibitions include In Focus: Photography from the Mills College Art Museum Collection; Trans-Focus: Photographs, (group show) and Nina Zurier: Recent Photographs, both at George Lawson Gallery, San Francisco; My Certain Fate, a group show at Pharmaka in Los Angeles; Images from Nina Zurier on Add-Art.org, an Eyebeam project; the video for a collaborative project with Arnold Kemp online at Marjorie Wood Gallery; Is This Enough Information? Nina Zurier - Photographs, a one-person show at Dominican University in San Rafael, California; and Unexpected Arrivals, a 3-person show at 2nd Floor Projects, San Francisco. She received a BFA from San Francisco Art Institute.