Constanze Han is a visual artist, photographer and writer. She was raised in New York and Hong Kong where she first discovered the power of storytelling through the films of Hong Kong cinema. Han graduated with a B.A. in Art History from Northwestern University where her focus was on art and photography of Africa and the diaspora. She continued her graduate studies at The University of Southern California.
While pursuing her university degree, Han worked both as an editorial contributor and freelance fashion stylist to several publications including the international editions of Marie Claire and Harper’s Bazaar. During her twelve-year media and fashion career, she contributed to publications such as Esquire, Elle, Glamour, Interview, Time, Spin and i-D. She served as Fashion Director for the feminist music and culture magazine VenusZine where she worked on stories that featured a compelling female voice including Cat Power, Zoe Kravitz, Yoko Ono, Bjork and Dita von Teese.