After graduating in Acoustic Engineering, Lohan worked for a small independent record label before moving to Warner Music in the mid 90s to run the strategic marketing division. In 1998 Lohan met Lord (James) Palumbo, founder of Ministry of Sound, developing a strong working relationship which lead to him joining the indie label and nightclub empire Ministry of Sound to run their recorded music operations. Over the last 20 years, ultimately as CEO of the Group, Lohan built Ministry of Sound into the largest independent record company in the world which he sold to Sony Music Entertainment in 2016. In 2018 Ministry launched a private members club and shared workspace for the creative industries in a 50,000 sqft warehouse in south London. “The Ministry” is the first of many new collaborative creative centres across the globe.