Deep’s talents extend into corporate performances,teaching as faculty in schools and other academies. He has worked closely with the Sony MSM network and choreographed and directed their 19th Anniversary Celebration. He has also recently represented India at the 42nd World Dance Congress, where he presented multiple performances and workshops which received an overwhelming response. He was personally certified and facilitated for the same by the President of CID-UNESCO, Dr. Alkis Raftis. 

Further, he has also been trained in Mallakhamb, Kalaripayattu and Bharatnatyam among the rhythmic South Asian art forms. 
Deep has also participated at the American Dance Festival after receiving a scholarship in 2013. Deep had the opportunity to learn more than 15 dance styles from 20 different faculties. He stood out amongst 400 dancers from all over the world and was in the top 15 chosen to perform a revival piece, Helios, of the great Martha Graham. This performance took place at the Durham Performing Arts Centre with a 3000-member audience. 
Deep has been trained in Modern, Contemporary, Jazz,Classical Ballet, Ballroom among many other forms by over 100 faculties across different parts of world including Mitchell Gibson, Akash Odedra, Pamela Pietro, Gregory Hancock, Duane Cyrus, Ava Bharucha, Smt. Lata Surendra, Steve Rooks, Michel Jacques and Sandip Soparkar amongst others. 
Deep Mehta’s dynamic and driven personality inspired his love for dance at a young age. At 21 years of age,
Deep found himself in the art of dance and the depth of movement. As the Founder, Director and Choreographer at Deep Dance Academy, Deep has invested himself into creating a holistic form of dance and movement.


His diversity in dance includes reality show ‘Bharat Ki Shaan-Rumjhum’, where he w​as the finalist in the Duet segment. He worked closely with maestro Sandip Soparkar as an Assistant Choreographer on the show. He has also been awarded as 'India's Youngest Dynamic Choreographer' (2016-17)