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


An Ode to Scarecrow Video

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

Feeling the Need for a Little Escape?

Recommendations for some really long-form binges to help you process your grief.

What To Binge-Watch This Halloween

Because horror is good when it’s good and especially good when it’s bad.

The Evolution of Tom Van Deusen

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Coping Through Satire

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The Immaculate Weirdness of ‘Georgiana’

Sisters Carina and Tara Simmons have made a deeply bizarre, hilarious animated short.

Seattle Sketch Comedy Has Arrived

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Vital Distractions

When dealing with a terrifying family emergency, laughter is the enemy of misery.

The Cinematic Political Hope Spectrum

Nine great political movies—from hopeful to apocalyptic—to help you process this election season.

‘Northern Belles’ Is Kind of a Big Deal

The web series' creators on its origin story, ambitious future plans and beef with Kevin Spacey.
Around Town

Seattle Light Rail Stations: RANKED

A super-scientific, art-focused analysis of our city's public transit hubs.