Travis Vogt is a comedian, filmmaker and writer who has performed at Bumbershoot, Sasquatch and the Vancouver Comedy Festival. His writing has appeared in The Dissolve, Film Threat and Salon, and his films have been acknowledged by SIFF and the Stranger Genius Awards. “Acknowledged” means he didn’t win. Follow him on Twitter @travisvogt.

Recent Articles

Q&A

The Man Who Would Be Keefee

Stephen Hando's solo show is the comedy equivalent of holding a tiger by the tail.
Feature

Podcasting in a Treehouse

Jeremy Horn's 'Everything You Know Is Wrong" records in an unconventional studio outside Seattle.
Q&A

Kesan Nathaniel’s Improv Monster ‘Cast of One’

A lone performer acts out an entire movie, play or book—and it's amazing.
Essay

The Collected Works of My Great-Grandfather

Travis Vogt on finding universal value in personal history.
Q&A

Lael Rogers: One Last NFFTY

At 24, the Alaska-born director is already a cinema veteran.
Review

‘Bodyslam: Revenge of the Banana’

A documentary film captures primo Seattle weirdness.
Q&A

The Comedic Architecture of Dawn Cerny

The artist discusses her work in the sprawling installation at the Henry Art Gallery called 'Fun. No Fun.'
Around Town

3-2-1 BATTLE! Is the Real Deal

"Completely immersive theatre, with violence!" On DIY Seattle wrestling culture.
Q&A

Day Job Is Killing It

The sketch trio on killing their babies and new variety show 'That Time of the Month'
Multimedia

The Way to Fight

What movies tell us about dealing with an asshole of historic proportions.
Q&A

‘Alyssa Explains It All,’ Explained

The three women behind this new comedy talk show talk about creating an instant hit.
Essay

An Ode to Scarecrow Video

A former employee waxes poetic about 10 years at the famed video store.