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Deepak John Mathew  

Deepak John Mathew

Faculty head,
Photography Department,
National Institute of Design,
INDIA


Deepak John Mathew holds a Masters Degree in Fine Arts (Graphic Arts) from the M.S. University, Vadodara and has a PhD in Design Education from the Center for Advanced Studies in Education, M.S. University, Vadodara.

At NID, Deepak teaches Analytical Drawing, Composition, Colour and Form, Design Drawing, Illustration, Colour and Composition for Digital Medium, Basic Photography, Advanced Photography, Fashion Photography, Product and Still Life Photography, and Documentary Photography.

Deepak has curated a number of exhibitions at NID, including those featuring the works of famed photographers such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Anne Maniglier, and Raghu Rai. He has contributed to various NID publications such as The Trellis (2010, 2011), D/Signed (2009), Young Designers 2008, Design Plus (2005-08), and Design for Spectrum (2007-08). Deepak's photographs have been published in various books such as Ananya, a book on the girl child, published by the Ministry of Women and Child Welfare of the Government of India, Vijai Singh Katyar's Indian Saris: Traditions – Perspectives – Design, Darlie O. Koshy's Indian Design Edge, and Aditi Ranjan and M.P.Ranjan's Handmade in India and magazines such as Hi Life and Femina. He has also written a book called, Principles of Design through Photography.

 
Photography Contest 2011-12 Jury Panel
 
 
 
 
 
 
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