Our feature film, Paralytic, wrapped principal photography on April 09, 2015. Obviously our most ambitious project to date, this was a co-production with Joey Johnson, and featured a crew and cast of some of Seattle’s best talent – behind and in front of the camera. We encourage you to follow our journey on Facebook and Twitter. Look us up, engage with us, and travel with us as our film moves towards distribution.

The Cost of Things

In October of 2015, we headed back for our third Horror 48, collaborating again with Tony Tibbetts as our intrepid director. We brought together a team of eager participants, some of which were new to Team Mighty Tripod. Back behind the camera was Jonathan Houser, and we were also very lucky to have Shawn R. Shelton working the SFX makeup since this is the horror genre. All in all, we were tremendously pleased with the film, and we look forward to making a few post-48 tweaks. Find The Cost of Things on Facebook.

poster design by Todd Downing

Unsilent Night

For the 2015 Seattle 48 Hour Film Project, we joined forces with our friend Domenic Barbero (Paralytic, Director of Photography) and created Team Dog Squad (we are all dog lovers). Our team was EXTRA mighty, with a whopping 35 members, and we took home Best Ensemble Acting and Best Use of Dialogue. Angela had a great time on this one because she got to be wield a pump shotgun as a complete badass, and I throughly enjoyed myself, too, as an uppity Brit! Even our dog Bruno made a cameo appearance!

poster design by Todd Downing


Our fall 2014 filmmaking adventure found us back at our favorite proving grounds, the Seattle 48 Hour Film Project (Horror). We brought on some new folks, which is one thing we love about these events – the opportunity to collaborate with new people. And I think it paid off with Esper. Our film took home Runner Up, Best Ensemble Acting, Best VFX, and Best Musical Score. The film is online, and you can check out some photos on the Facebook Page.

poster design by Todd Downing

Karma Gettin’

In the summer of 2014, we were back at speed filmmaking, this time with the *regular* Seattle 48 Hour Film Project. This was our largest production to date, as far as cast and crew. We assembled an incredible team of (volunteer, by festival rules) of close to 30, and made a beautiful silent short film. Karma Gettin’ took home a few awards: Best CinematographyBest Musical Score, and Best Costumes. We cannot wait to share this film with you. Until then, keep up with the Facebook Page.

poster design by Todd Downing


In January 2014, we reconnected with Jeremy Berg (who we had collaborated with on Trauma), and invited him to direct a short script he wrote called Miles. Miles was shot over a weekend in Seattle, with a stellar crew. Starring MTP founders, David and Angela, this film gave us more confidence as producers and paved the path for things to come. Miles should be released in November 2014. You can keep up with Miles on its Facebook Page.

poster design by Todd Downing

Class Dismissed

Next, we tackled Class Dismissed, directed and scored by local composer and filmmaker, Sammy Applegate. Ms. Applegate wrote a beautiful piece of music that she wanted to set a visual story to. We helped her vision come to life. Class Dismissed is currently on the festival circuit, and we will post updates as they come.


Our second film, Trauma, was made for the 2013 Seattle 48 Hour Film Project (Horror), where it won Audience Favorite and Best Scream. Official Selection 2014 Hollywood Horrorfest, 2014 Seattle True Independent Festival, 2014 Columbia Gorge International Film Festival, and Hollyshorts Film Festival.

poster design by Kris Boustedt

Enmity Gauge

Enmity Gauge was our first film as producers – A co-production with Evil Slave and Adventus Films. The film was an official selection of 2104 Seattle True Independent Film Festival, 2014 Gig Harbor Film Festival, 2014 Tacoma International Film Festival, and 2014 West Chester Film Festival. Watch the trailer below and keep up with the film on its Facebook Page.