Pak Han's self-portrait.

Pak Han is an award winning conceptual and documentary photographer. The distinctive style of Han is characterized by his artful and cinematic perspective. His unique visual aesthetics and sensitive approach to photography attracts some of the top talents in theatre and dance communities to his work. Han’s photographs have garnered international competition awards, including six awards in various categories for his street photographs from Black & White Magazine. The prolific work of Han has been featured in numerous publications, including the cover of American Theatre Magazine and national newspapers such as The New York Times.

With the support and collaboration of celebrated choreographer Anna Halprin, musician/dancer Dohee Lee and garment designer, Keriann Egeland, Han’s conceptual photo project TRANSFIGURATION debuted as a solo exhibition in July 2012 at the Ictus Gallery in San Francisco. In 2014, Han creatively joined forces with Mugwumpin for LUSTER, a photography installation and performance created in collaboration with the San Francisco Asian Art Museum for a joint SFMOMA exhibit Gorgeous. After a yearlong involvement with inkBoat for 95 RITUALS in 2015, Han’s extensive photo documentation for this project will be exhibited beginning in September 2016 at the Mills Art Museum in Oakland.