Constanze Han is a photographer, visual artist and writer. Her interest areas include the cross sections of identity, culture, politics and class inequity. She is also interested in cultural practices that emerge as a result of colonization, migration and immigration, particularly in Asian-American and Caribbean communities.
Constanze has a B.A. in Art History from Northwestern University where her focus was on art and photography of Africa and the diaspora. Prior to her current work, Constanze spent a decade as a fashion editor, stylist and producer for several international editions of Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar, Oyster and VenusZine . She has contributed to a range of publications including Esquire, Elle, Glamour, Interview, Spin and i-D.
Constanze is currently based out of Brooklyn, New York and Kingston, Jamaica.
HONORS & AWARDS
2019: Head On Photo Festival
2018: Magenta Flash Forward, Winner
2018: Lange-Taylor Prize, Semi-Finalist
2017: Lange-Taylor Prize, Shortlist
2017: ND Awards, Travel and Culture, Winner
2017: London International Creative Competition, Shortlist