Saad is a session pianist, bassist, composer, producer, sound designer, engineer and voice actor.
As a composer, he has penned original works for films and animations for many clients including World Bank, Save the Children, US-AID, and Al Jazeera.
He also holds a BMus (Hons.) in Music Performance from Kingston University, and an MA in Audio Production from the University of Westminster. At the undergraduate level, Saad was a bassist in Kingston University's jazz big band programme, a bass singer in the chamber choir, an accompanist playing in Classical, jazz, rock and funk ensembles, and a student of pianist Michael Round.
Saad has contributed to several albums and musical projects from Bangladesh and India as both a pianist and a producer/arranger of music. In 2016, he wrapped up engineering duties on an album of folk music performed by renowned Bangladeshi Baul folk singer and icon, Kangalini Sufia. More recently in early 2017, he produced the debut album of the Imran Ahmed Trio, an ensemble combining Western jazz influences with traditional Bengali.
Since 2012, Saad has been one of three core members at Big Blue Communications, a firm specialising in making films and literary publications, as well as the supervising sound editor. He is also an Audio Describer at Deluxe Media, writing scripts and recording voice-overs to assist visually impaired consumers of film and television entertainment.