PRG has joined forces with the Studio Wayne McGregor to create a flexible, COVID-19 secure space for recording, streaming, or basing virtual and hybrid events in the heart of London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Studio 3 at Studio Wayne McGregor offers a flexible canvas, meaning that PRG can provide a custom approach to every project and deliver production at any scale, from livestream corporate presentations to music video or hybrid event.
PRG UK Director of Corporate & Events, John Montague said: “We’re really excited to open our partnership studio with Studio Wayne McGregor. The modern, energising space, in combination with our technology and production expertise, really does provide a digital and audience friendly studio for effective and impactful events. This new space houses one main Digital Studio with high-res LED and the latest camera technology to hand, as well as meeting rooms, breakout options, a second presentation space, and can comfortably seat fifty audience members. We believe that this really makes PRG Digital Studio @ Studio Wayne McGregor stand out in the marketplace.”
On the opening of this collaborative Digital Studio offering, SWM Founder, Wayne McGregor CBE said: “Partnership and innovation are central to our ethos at Studio Wayne McGregor. With PRG, a company at the forefront of interactive performance technology, we are thrilled to collaborate on this new digital studio inside our space at Here East, London. Developing a unique, creative offer where incredible talents can bring their technological projects to life is energising and we look forward to sharing a future of surprise and invention with our clients.”
Over the past year, PRG has created a network of 20 studio environments, including locations owned and operated by PRG Alliance partners. PRG Digital Studios can be found all over the globe, including three Virtual Production Studios in Hamburg, Los Angeles, and Paris which seamlessly combine the physical and digital worlds.