Thomas Hoegh is an artist, entrepreneur and investor. His latest start-up is Garden Studios in London, a 130k foot studio complex for feature films and series with virtual production at its core.
His company, Arts Alliance, built LoveFilm (acquired by Amazon), Arts Alliance Media (acquired by Luxin Rio in China), Met Film School and Picturehouse Cinemas (acquired by Cineworld).
Hoegh is a backer of Kebony, Shazam, Park Circus, Lucky Voice, Made, Kenshoo and Creative Live. His former portfolio companies include: Ocado, Lastminute, Tails, Launch, Atom Films, Property
Finder, Interactive Investor, PrePay Technologies, Spinner, Opera Software, Mamut, Planet All and Firefly. He is a Trustee of Wim Wender's Foundation, Chairman of agribusiness Rift Valley
Corporation based in Zimbabwe and serves as an NED on Econline (ECO:no), a Saas platform for workplace safety.
Survive and Thrive:
Why Virtual Production is (R)evolutionary for Small & Medium Producers