Rustom Seegopaul is a professional content producer with almost two decades of experience in communications, production, content design for behavioral change, as well as media logistics coordination and distribution.
His key areas of expertise include the development, implementation, monitoring and measuring of communications strategies and strategic communications initiatives, advertising and branding, targeted advocacy design, media production (both in traditional and new media), social media monitoring, asset creation, content distribution, training, visual storytelling and as a media liaison.
Rustom has considerable experience working with the development and monitoring of communication and behavioral change strategies and initiatives in Guyana, Malaysia, China and Cambodia, and has had the opportunity to work with a number of organizations in the international news fraternity, the public and private sectors and extensively within the international donor community - the United Nations Children's Fund, the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, the International Office of Migration, the Canadian International Development Agency through the Canadian Institute of Planners, the World Wildlife Fund, and Conservation International.
He has a Master’s Degree in International Multimedia Journalism from the University of Bolton (UK) and a Bachelors Degree in Mass Communication from Curtin University of Technology (Australia). His work has been published and displayed in China, Canada, Cambodia, the United States and in his home country Guyana, where he is the two time winner of the Loyola Documentary Film Festival.
Rustom is currently based in Moldova and is exploring cultural change and human movement with regard to the ongoing conflicts in continental Europe.