Nick Rigg is president of Loud Television, a full-service, entertainment and production company that is a joint venture between Rigg and New York-based Leftfield Entertainment. In founding Loud, Rigg leverages two decades of TV development and production experience, with particular expertise in lifestyle programming and branded entertainment.
Loud TV is responsible for some of the most popular series on television such as Tiny House Nation and Tiny House Hunting (both in their 4th season for FYI), which kicked off the tiny house TV phenomenon, as well as Food Porn (second season on FYI), He Shed, She Shed (FYI) and a new series for MTV. The company has series in development for HGTV, A&E, Cooking Channel, Bravo, Travel Channel and Food Network.
Prior to forming Loud Television, Rigg served as president of reality and non-fiction producer Leopard Films USA. Under Rigg’s leadership, the company grew to produce more than 200 hours of programming a year and built a stronghold in lifestyle franchises, including producing the global hit seriesHouse Hunters International.