Jeff Han is an art director working in film and television.
Born in Seoul, South Korea, Han studied typography and graphic design at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, before working with studio yU+co and freelancing with Prologue, Imaginary Forces, Method, and Pic Agency. He has been working with studio Elastic for over ten years. His title sequence credits include True Detective (Season 2) (2015), The Night Manager (2016), Westworld (2016), Marvel's Luke Cage (2016) and Iron Fist (2017), American Gods (2017), The Terror (2018), Semi-Permanent Sydney 2019, Men in Black: International (2019), and Carnival Row (2019).
He has been nominated for an Emmy Award three times: for his work on the openings to The Night Manager in 2016 and The Crown and American Gods in 2017. His work on the main titles to DC's Doom Patrol (2019) earned him a Clio Entertainment Bronze Award. He is based in Los Angeles, California.