Born in 1974 in Tehran, Nasernia is one of the modern calligraphy painters that emerged in the wake of the influence of Mohammad Ehsaie, Hosein Zendehroodi, Faramarz Pilaram and other prominent figures in this field. As a graphic artist, and like many others during that time, he started with digital typography under the influence of Reza Abedini at Azad Art University, Tehran where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in graphic design and fine art. There, he absorbed an acute attention to form associated with modern typography and later developed a kind of vocabulary that emerged through his focus on the deformation of letters and of intersection between graphic, calligraphy and painting. Currently he works mainly on large sized acrylic paintings.
He has had numerous solo and group shows in Tehran and Dubai. He currently lives and works in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.