Mark Titus is an award-winning screenwriter and the principal owner of August Island Pictures, a motion picture company in Seattle.
Mark Titus spent his 20s as an Alaskan fishing guide - falling head over heels for wild salmon and wild places. He also began working on the craft of screenwriting - finishing several screenplays while living in the wilderness.
In 2004, Mark Titus’ script, TSONOQUA won the Washington State Screenplay Competition. He’s studied acting at the University of Oregon, directing at Vancouver Film School and directing actors with Judith Weston.
As a filmmaker, Mark Titus directed the short documentary, Fins in 2003. The three shorts he’s produced since then have screened at over 25 film festivals worldwide. Two of them garnered international distribution deals.
On the commercial side, he’s written, directed and produced brand films for clients like: Amazon, Darigold, Microsoft, Nintendo, Nordstrom, T-Mobile, The University of Washington, United Nations Development Programme, Washington’s Lottery and World Vision.
Mark Titus currently has two feature films in development as writer + director: TSONOQUA (The Wild Woman), a supernatural thriller set in Alaska – and The Breach, a feature documentary about wild, Pacific salmon.