Kim Moses

Kim Moses

Executive Producer/Writer/Director, Sander Moses Production

Kim just finished Executive Producing “GONE” – a straight-to-series drama with NBCUniversal International Studios, France’s TF-1 and Germany’s RTL – which was shot in Pittsburgh, PA; “Conviction” for ABC Network and ABC Studios/The Mark Gordon Company which was shot in Toronto, Canada; and the ABC Network/ABC Studios pilot “Spark” which shot in Prague, Czech Republic. Simultaneously, she produced YouTube Red’s first feature film on the life of YouTube personality Gigi Gorgeous, “This Is Everything: Gigi Gorgeous,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and is the recipient of a Critics Choice Award, a Streamy Award and multiple nominations for MTV Movie & TV Awards. Kim also recently served as Executive Producer of “Runner”, an ABC Network drama with FOX Television Studios/ABC Studios, which shot in Mexico City and Chicago; “French Kiss”, the global digital branded content sensation for Marriott International Studios which shot in Paris, France; and “Reckless”, currently streaming on Netflix with CBS Television Studios which shot in Charleston, South Carolina. In addition to Executive Producing the CBS hit series “Ghost Whisperer” for five years (120 episodes), Kim directed multiple episodes of the series which is currently in syndication and airing in 170 Territories around the world. She also created and produced the web series “Ghost Whisperer: The Other Side” (CBS Digital/four seasons) and authored “Ghost Whisperer: The Spirit Guide” (Titan Books). And, she has worked with many of the content platforms/studios including Amazon, FOX, ABC, AMC, NBC, NBCI International, CBS, The CW, e-ONE, Sony, Showtime, Lifetime, SYFY, TBS, Pixar, ESPN, MTV, Red Arrow, Disney, Google, Youtube Red, Warner Brothers.

Kim’s directing credits also include episodes of the NBC hit series “Profiler” which ran for 4 years and she directed and produced an extensive array of digital content that she created for network, studio platforms and digital platforms – including Comic-Con, Disney, SYFY, Sony, ABC, NBC, CBS, Warner Brothers, E-3, YouTube, Style Network and Marriott International Studios.

As the creator of Sander/Moses Productions and Slam Digital Media, Inc., Kim has been named to Newsweek’s Women and Leadership Advisory Committee, honored with the Women In Film’s Woman of the Year Award, awarded the 36th Annual Vision Award and gave the Commencement Speech for USC’s Class of 2016 Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism. Kim teaches master classes around the world on “Mastering The Intersection Of TV And Digital Media” and has been a professor at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts where she taught “The World of Television”.

Kim began her career in sports, on live productions for ESPN, ABC, NBC, CBS – including NFL Football Regular Season Games, plus 9 Super Bowls, Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, National Hockey League, Indianapolis 500, Summer and Winter Olympic Games, NASCAR, Power Boat Racing and US Tennis Association — after which she transitioned from live sporting events to fact-based content, music, comedy and award shows (including the MTV Awards/MTV, Emmy Award Shows/Fox) where she specialized in live broadcasts before turning her talent and focus to scripted drama and reality series. Among Kim’s TV Movie Executive Producer credits are “Ali: An American Hero” for FOX and the Emmy Award-winning “Stolen Babies”. Twelve of the drama pilots Kim developed and executive produced have become network primetime series, including: “Ghost Whisperer” (CBS/Netflix), “Profiler” (NBC), “The Beast” (ABC), “New York News” (CBS), “Brimstone” (FOX), and “For the People” (Lifetime). Additional TV credits include reality series “How’d They Do That!” (NBC), “Comic Strip Live Primetime” (FOX), and “Psychic in Suburbia” (Style Network).