Murzin is an active member of Ontario Society of Artists and Gallery 44, Centre for Contemporary Photography. Murzin holds a Humanities diploma and Certificate in Still Photography from Ryerson University. She transitions comfortably between her personal and professional work, between black & white and colour images and between film and digital technologies. Drawn to the slow time and solitary space of her darkroom, Murzin sees making prints as a meditative practice that manifests in her final images.
The textures and rhythms of old-school film development nurture Murzin’s creativity in an increasingly pixelated world. No matter what the medium, Murzin’s images foreground transition: the time and space between states and subjects. Her photographic studies have included abandoned buildings, adolescents on the precipice of adulthood, and feminine/masculine transformations