Freelance Motion Graphics & Design - Kasper Nyman



Visuel Designer
Art Director

Born (1986) and bred in the northern part of Denmark, a viking. Ever since I can remember I always had the desire to be creative. Explore the possibilities of various crafts, and making sure I was having a blast in the process. I got hooked into motion graphics and art direction, because it is a way of working visually, experience a global market,  and creating something extraordinary in an ordinary world. In 2012 after 8 years full-time in various agencies, I decided to seek new challenges and felt that the freelance gig was right for me. 


Phone: 0045 2515 6110


From interview with Bitchslap Magazine:
"My path to where I am now is somewhat different from others. I skipped highschool and started at graphic design school straight after primary school. At the age of 19, I finished my education and from the ages of 18 to 26 I’ve worked at digital agencies. It was beneficial in terms of understanding the business, the people, and the challenges you face within graphic design. I tend to get bored easily, and after working 8 years full time it was time to change the scenery and embark on new challenges. So as a freelancer I became a motion graphic designer. I’m self taught at motion graphics, video, and camera – and luckily there are so many directions to go within animation that I never get bored. The crossover from being a graphic designer to animator was tons of fun. I loved that I could bring everything static I’ve done to life. "


Cities of Basketball

Pick-up basketball is being played at playgrounds and courts around the world. So much so, that for many, not only has it become a daily routine, but also a way of life. Rather than being a simple pastime, there are those who consider the court as a means to prove themselves and their skill. Others find joy in the sport and use these spaces as epicenters for a larger community.

Check out my basketball project here.