Board of Directors
Tommy Rönngren is a Swedish entrepreneur, venture capitalist, art collector as well as partner of Fotografiska – the Museum of Photography.
With an exceptional international as well as national network. Driven by sales growth-related processes, experienced in implementing projects from concept to completion, with focus on sales/marketing, client relations and business development. Co-founder and co-owner of the Champagne House HATT et SÖNER.
With over ten years of experience from the board of Fotografiska, has Tommy built an extensive network of artists and collectors, and he is a passionate member of the global artist and collector community.
The family art collection incorporates photography, painting and sculpture. He is applying his vast expertise in business, and the museum space, to establish a photographic Art Fund, with the objective of supporting collectors and promoting the work of artists, at all stages of their careers.
Tommy and his wife Åsa are the custodians and executors of the George Hoyningen-Huene Estate Archives, managing the estate and legacy of the legendary photographer George Hoyningen-Huene.
Åsa Rönngren has studied Real Estate Brokerage at Gävle University and has previously worked as a Real Estate Broker and she has also experience from international bank and finance, including Merrill Lynch in Monaco where she worked with Client Relations for several years.
She has a number of investments, for example Fotografiska London where she is a partner. Co-founder and co-owner of the Champagne House HATT et SÖNER.
She shares the passion for photography, design and architecture together with her husband Tommy and the family art collection incorporates photography, painting, and sculpture.
Åsa and Tommy are also the custodians and executors of the George Hoyningen-Huene Estate Archives, managing the estate and legacy of the legendary photographer George Hoyningen-Huene.
Jan Broman is the Founder and former CEO of Fotografiska International and Fotografiska Stockholm in Sweden. His previous positions includes Co-founder of Fotomässan, Co-founder of PR-firm Build Communications and Vice President at Network Innovations.
Jan has received the awards as Change Agent of the Year, Stockholm City’s major cultural award, Nature & Culture’s cultural award, Ord and Bildakademin’s cultural award and Elle gala’s honorary award.
During Jan’s leadership, Fotografiska – the museum of photography – has received the Gazelle award, Best Restaurant as well as Best Nightclub in Stockholm by the Entertainment Guide, The Gold Dragon award by newspaper DN, The World’s Best Museum Restaurant award by the organization Leading Culture Destination of the World, The Trend award, Sweden’s most Sustainable Restaurant award by The White Guide, The Design award for Corporate Profiling, Best Communications campaign of the year several times, and more. The graphic profile of Fotografiska is praised and documented in books and magazines all over the world.