Karandeep Bhogal (Deep) is a Design Programme Manager for Jaguar Land Rover Design by day and a Photographer for Deep Fotografie by night. Having spent 4+ years within Design managing projects that range from pedal cars for royalty all the way to world class concept cars and complete bespoke special edition vehicles, he decided to spend more time on his personal creative outlet through focussing on Photography. His first competition submission resulted in a 'Best in Show 2016' for the London Photo Festival, subsequently this gave him the kick he needed to create and develop what is now known as Deep Fotografie. With the contracts and requests for photography and retouch services now pouring in, he is concentrating on building and solidifying the Deep Fotografie style and Brand, whilst also expanding into short film making.Locked Pro Plan feature
Photographer at Deep Fotografie - now a Creative Service expanding to include the following services - Wedding/Event/Studio/Portrait/Street Photography - Short Film Making/Videography - Retouching and Editing (Adobe Creative Cloud)
Company Title - Advanced Design Programme Supervisor Responsible for leading the design maturation process, from concept to physical property delivery of concept cars, design prototypes, collectors editions and bespoke and special commission vehicles. Key projects include - Jaguar C-X75, Range Rover Sport SVR, Defender Bond Edition, all Bond SPECTRE editions, October 2015 - Defender Pedal Cars for HRH Prince George & HRH Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, August 2015 - Rugby World Cup Trophy Defender, June 2015 - Discovery Vision Concept, April 2014
Attained Master of Engineering Degree Qualification with additional Diploma in Industrial Studies (attained through a 15 month placement within Body Engineering department at Jaguar Land Rover)
Attained A Level qualifications in Mathematics, Physics and Design and Technology (Product Design). Attained AS Level qualifications in Computing and General Studies. Attained GCSE qualifications in eleven subjects, including English, Mathematics, Physics, Biology and Chemistry.
Awarded Best In Show 2016 at London Design Festival for the Submission 'Comforts'.