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About Han

Han is an experienced and passionate Cinematographer, steadicam and camera operator. On their days free you can find Han exploring the wild having a paddle in the kayak with Gigi the dog, hiking and experimenting with different forms of camera operating and cinematography.

When beginning their film journey, Han did not have others around of similar experience to contact for advice and support. Han developed a determination to create a more diverse, accessible and welcoming industry. They believe this begins with the people they bring on board a project,  the kind of stories they help create as well as access to education and opportunity. 


  • Some of Han’s most recent achievements are as a Steadicam operator and mentee op on the TV mini series ‘Bad Behaviour’ for Stan directed by Corrie Chen. With support from Tania Lambert ACS (DOP) and Brad Francis ACS (B Op), Han was able to learn from two experienced and talented cinematographers to continue their experience in creating impactful moments and memories with moving images.

  • Han shot short film ‘Lillemor’ (directed by Grace McLean), a film focused on how motherhood is represented in Australian Cinema and the beginning of ‘changing the narrative’ through a reflection of the director’s experience of becoming a mother herself. ‘Lillemor’ was awarded Best Film and the Head of School Award.

  • Another short film Han shot, ‘Tendrils’ directed by Kate Matheson, the film explores acceptance. “Tendrils” won Best Fantasy Short Film, Festival Director’s Award and Best Student Short Film: Jury Award at the Berlin short film festival

  • Han also worked as one of the cinematographers on the documentary ‘Who I Am’ directed by Naomi Ball; the documentary  explores the experience of a transgender teen on the spectrum and how he learns to be himself through their own original animated characters ‘The Fallens’. 

  • Han has also recently continued their work with Brad on a feature film ‘My Melbourne’, a film focused around gender, sexuality, religion and disability. Han also day played on TV series ‘Fisk’ and various TVCs, music videos and short films. 



While cinematography is what Han is most passionate about, they have also been a lighting technician and gaffer for many years, gaffing feature films, webseries, short films, TVCs, music videos and all kinds of projects. They own their own lighting van and truck package. Han believes that by growing their knowledge and experience in lighting, they have the tools and vocabulary required to communicate clearly and effectively with all departments to achieve a project’s feel and look. As well as an understanding of what is needed to achieve the look of a project while navigating time, budget and resource restraints.

(Based in Melbourne, Australia. Available for Travel )

For some examples of lighting work and more information about Han’s lighting experience please check out

To get in contact please email and for bookings please contact Freelancers Promotions +613 9682 2722,

For any lighting requests please contact

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