Aizuddin Arshad holds a degree in Communication and Media Management from the University of South Australia. His past experiences include a stint in the editorial team of an international magazine, the Editor-in-chief of the “Cultural Exploration & Educational Expedition (CEEE) – Tokyo” journal, and a contributor writer for the book “What’s After SPM?” as well as The Inkslingers, a Taylor’s University student newspaper.
He is also exposed to various freelancing works. He has undertaken many writing-related jobs like proofreading, translating, and articles-for-hire for clients ranging from individual doctoral candidate to an engineering consultancy firm. He has also been involved in the performing arts including several amateur short-films and devised theatre productions.
Beyond the workplace, he is keen in community engagements. He is a member of a non-governmental organisation called PIMPIN. He was also involved in the American-Malaysian Chamber of Commerce’s (AMCHAM) “Young Enterprise” program and a former member of the Majlis Perundingan Pelajar Kebangsaan (MPPK). He has done charity works for Ilham, a charity group consisting of concerned citizens; and was also involved in Operasi Khidmat Masyarakat (OPKIM) with KEMAS.
Aizuddin is a part of zubedy ideahouse, the creative communication arm of zubedy. His wide range of experiences and creative background gives his work distinctive character and value.