Good Films is a production company born from a high school Short Film Production class. The production company included Jamison Coe, Kody Kurth, Sean Papile, Kelly Pollard, and Isaac Trippet. This production company created three films in its lifetime. "Knock Knock" was first, released in April 2014. "Lobsterman" was second, released in April 2014. "Exitus" was third, released in June 2014.
Yet to be released is Charnel, the introduction into the world of progressive metal, delayed by equipment and personnel issues. Charnel has been the center of Isaac's workload since mid 2012 when the album was conceived for Lifting Icarus. It has since undergone many changes, the largest of which was combining two albums into the one.
On June 25, 2013 came The Immaculate Enchantress, a short EP of love song stories. It brings about feelings of joy, love, wonder, and appreciation. An acoustic set, The Immaculate Enchantress pushes the boundaries of acoustic portrayal.
On December 20, 2012 came The Lugubrious Heretic, a short EP of exposition. The intent of the record is to establish setting for future works and closure on past matters.
Lifting Icarus began in March of 2012 when Isaac Trippet and Kody Kurth weere creating music together, and eventually formed the title track, Wintercome. As Lifting Icarus, Isaac and Kody continued to write songs and create artwork with themes of apocalypse, such as Frost and Pinethorn, working towards the goal of creating an album, to be titled Wintercome. Eventually, however, work on Wintercome slowed and the project was abandoned, and released in its unfinished form in June of 2013.
Music by Isaac Trippet has appeared on the CD portion of the 2013 and 2014 editions of the Looking Glass, a literary magazine from Rocky Mountain High School.
A young Fort Collins musician, Isaac Trippet has been writing music for several years and has been playing guitar since age ten. As a child, Isaac commonly listened to alternative rock records such as Linkin Park's Meteora, Earshot's Two, Hoobastank's Every Man for Himself, Coldplay's X&Y, Metallica's Black Album, Red's End of Silence, System of a Down's Toxicity, and Papa Roach's Infest. As times progressed, Isaac began listening to heavier and more obscure things such as Porcupine Tree, Steven Wilson, Blackfield, Storm Corrosion, Opeth, Katatonia, Agalloch, Anathema, as well as older things such as Genesis, Yes, Camel, and much more.