Simple is a graphic design and photography bureau located in Copenhagen. With over 20 years of experience, I have spent the last 12 years honing my skills in digital design and working with a wide range of digital platforms. Additionally, I have also dedicated a significant amount of time to developing my skills in video and animation, becoming a skilled user in this field. In my spare time, I also continuously work on developing my skills in movie making and animation.
My company was founded with the goal of realizing the dream of creating visually stunning and high-quality images. We specialize in showcasing a diverse range of skills and techniques in each of our photographs and designs, utilizing a variety of programs, plugins, and tools to help make the visual stand out. We take the necessary time to achieve the level of detail and quality that our passion demands.
We continuously educate ourselves, engage in experimentation and testing to refine our skills and push the boundaries of creativity. Our commitment to quality and utilizing the latest technology is reflected in our growing base of satisfied clients.
As a creative individual with a wealth of experience, I am open to new ideas and perspectives. I welcome any opportunity to collaborate and share insights on our shared passion for creative imagery. Don’t hesitate to contact me, even if it’s just to chat and exchange ideas. At Simple, we keep it simple and strive for excellence.
One of my biggest dreams when I was growing up was to be featured in Advanced Photoshop. I remember all those nights sitting and admiring all my favorite artists on Behance. Their names and funny designer pseudonyms were like magic to me. Names like Peter Jaworowski, Mike Campau, Valp, Kxx, Pawel Nolbert, Justin Maller, David Fuhrer, Jerico Santander, Takeshi, Pete Harrison, and Serial Cut were my heroes.
All of them had one thing in common: they were all featured in the magazine called “Advanced Photoshop.” There was nothing in the world I could imagine being bigger than being featured or showcased in that magazine.
Late one afternoon at the office, a mail arrived, and when I saw that it was from Advanced Photoshop, my head started spinning. When I opened it, I realized that this was it – the dream was here. I can’t explain the feeling I had in the next few hours. It was a dream realized – what was next?
I remember how we used to send artwork and design to each other before publishing it on platforms around the internet. It was a nice way to have more eyes on the layout and get some friendly advice to help improve the final design.
Now, almost 15 years have passed, and a lot has happened since then. Design trends keep changing, but the most important thing about design and the way we help each other is the way we develop our skillset and our graphic eye.
I still look to the international art and design scene for inspiration, and I still network with talent around the world to keep improving my skills. If you have anything you want to ask or any thoughts to share about design, don’t hesitate to get in touch. I love a good talk about design and creative ideas.