Huzoor owns a design company, Huzoor Designs, and he has acted as a consultant to various government agencies in India for museum interpretation, documentation (with condition analysis) and photography for built heritage, signage design, exhibition design and the planning and design of urban areas. He has also worked on projects to preserve and safeguarding tangible and intangible heritage.
Huzoor’s experience has been wide and ranging and over the years he has worked with Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH), Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Development Corporation, the Bhopal Municipal Corporation, Public Works Department, Bhopal Development Authority as a designer of signage, information panels, street design and urban art. He has completed the documentation and photography of the built heritage of Ujjain, Indore, Burhanpur. He has designed exhibition display panels for heritage monuments at Chanderi, Gwalior, Orchha and an exhibition on built heritage at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts (IGNCA) at New Delhi. Huzoor has also produced brochures and tourist booklets for INTACH and the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).
Most recently he has designed the Air India Museum of Arts and Crafts at Mumbai, India. He has designed the galleries, displays and movement plans which have been all approved and highly appreciated.
At the British Museum
During his time on the International Training Programme in 2008, Huzoor was based in the Asia department and his partner placement was spent at Tyne and Wear Archives and Museums, Newcastle.
In March 2010 Huzoor attended the Cairo Conference Towards a global network where he presented a paper on the work he had done for the Bhopal Municipal Corporation.
In October 2018 Huzoor attended the ITP+ Course on Interpretation in Aswan. Fellows and colleagues from Egypt, Sudan and around the world listened to interpretation case studies and participated in project work, sessions on label & panel writing and panel discussions on audience surveys and evaluations. The course was hosted by the Nubia Museum.