About | MHHP



and distribution of content.    

We work with our clients on all levels to get stories told, products explained, brands built, educate and inform, help sell stuff and entertain.

 Based in Battery621.com we have a post house, a great working studio and a solid amount of the latest and greatest production equipment.  Plus a sweet rooftop deck and a kegerator with local craft beer.

We work with a strong team of production support personnel as key collaborators that are multifaceted and efficient.  We make sure that our clients understand the process from inception to completion so that your end product is exactly what you want.  By not keeping a large staff in house, we are able to place the right people and creatives to maximize the end result.

What do you do when the project is completed?   We are aligned with several outlets for social media engagement, targeted distribution and media buying with effective marketing strategies so that your content gets the audience you care about.


Founder | Head of Production

Founder | Head of Production

In the trenches of production from a early age, Tom followed his father Tom Sr (VideoFilm, Aurora CO) around on a wide


    Director of Business Development, Producer

    Curt has been working in video for the past 10 years with Denver Media LLC.



    Michael Collins


      Collaborative Producer

      Be Story Driven Founder, Michael Collins, is a long‐time performer and instructor, graduating from the renowned Second City Conservatory in Chicago.


      Sammy T

      Producer / Business Development

        Producer | Business Development

        SammyT aka : Shoebox Moses : aka the Filipino Ryan Seacrest : aka The Asian guy at MileHighHouse, is one of our most versatile producers.  


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        Producer | Advisor

          Vitalic Productions, Founder/Head of Production
          Milehighhouse, Freelance Producer & Business Development

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          We are fortunate to have our hands on everything that would be needed for small interviews to full length feature productions.   Cameras like the ARRI Alexa, The SONY FS7 with Odyssey 7Q+, and a full fleet of DSLR options. A fully loaded 3 ton grip truck packed with grip and gaff, and more.  Since we have most of the gear in house we always bring extras to enhance production quality without having to nickle and dime clients on every piece of gear we use.   We like to use the tools, and ‘bring the house’ on every production.

          Below is a breakdown of our equipment and infrastructure.

          Cameras and glass
          Our primary cameras are the Sony FS7 and ARRI Alexa and we regularly utilize the Sony A7S/R II,  Canon 5D MKIII, Canon C300 and 100, and more.  Our optics include Zeiss prime, Canon DSLR, Angenieux and Fujinon.  We source additional equipment through our colleagues at LSIMP&E and A Camera in Denver.
          Post Production
          We have 7 edit systems in our 3 edit offices.  We work with FinalCut X, Final Cut 7 and the Adobe Creative Cloud and CS6.   Our animators are proficient in all areas of graphic animation tools such as After Effects, Cinema 4D, The Nuke System and more.
          Our friends at Battery 621 allowed us to build out the screening room and turn it into a working studio.   We have a white cyclorama that is 8×20 with 10′ of height.   When it isn’t being used to shoot product for Spyder, Icelantic, Jiberish and eBags.com it doubles as a conference room and triples into a bar for the annual holiday party.
          Lighting, Grip and Gaff
          Through our internal collection, our collaborators John Bourbonais and John Firestone we have everything any production could need for support and lighting of any film or video scene.    We run rentals on all of our equipment and support staff.    A full list of our tools can be seen here.   Contact us for your needs, we can get you the right tools to enhance your production.

          Our Numbers


          Interviews shot by Hoch


          TB of gorgeous stock footage available


          Releases on our record label


          Feet in a mile


          Miles of ski runs and counting in 2014


          Kegs of beer consumed at first Fridays in 2013


          5 people under 40 | 2 people over 40


          Holes in one