Chief Designer - Interiors Advanced Jaguar Design
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Sandy Boyes is the Chief Designer in Jaguar’s Advanced Design studio, specialising in interior design.
Boyes joined Jaguar in 1998 working as a Designer in the Core Studio lead by Ian Callum. During his first nine years at Jaguar projects included previous generation all aluminium XJ, All new aluminium XK, including the Al-C show car for Detroit 06.
After developing concepts for the current XJ, he spent the next five years at Land Rover where he helped develop the interior for the Land Rover LRX concept and became interior design manager for the New Range Rover Sport from concept to production.
His latest work was back at Jaguar as Chief Designer for Advanced interiors where he led the team that produced the Jaguar CX17 interior concept car and most recently the Jaguar I-Pace concept Interior.
Boyes studied at Bournemouth and Poole College of Art and Design, graduating in 1990 with a higher diploma in Product Design.
After four years at Coventry University, he qualified in 1995 with a BA Hons degree in transport design and moved to Germany to spend three years at Honda working on next generation vehicles.