k.mo. productions is dedicated to creating nuanced, intelligent, and extraordinary work that supports diverse voices, explores subversive narratives, and tackles real social issues through film, web, theater, and beyond.

About the founder:

headshot2Based in New York City, Kate Moran is a multi-medium artist and entrepreneur with extensive and varied industry experience. A writer, director, producer, painter, actor, and comedian, Moran has worked on over 30 independent productions for stage and screen in the last 10 years.

A graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Moran has worked in casting, talent representation, and has studied with Stella Adler Studio, the People’s Improv Theater (the PIT),  and under Tribeca and Sundance film director Matthew Bonifacio. She recently served as the artistic director and co-founder of the theater company, Broken Glass. She is currently producing a new all-female stand-up show, The Revolution, at QED Astoria, producing several new short films and digital videos, and writing a novel.

Moran recently wrote and directed the short film, “Are You Afraid of the ’90s?”, starring Heather Matarazzo, Kristine Sutherland, and Jenna Leigh Green, which premiered at the Williamsburg Independent Film Festival and was a finalist in the Best Shorts Competition.

Kate spends what spare time she has volunteering, painting, cooking, and feeding her addiction to Sriracha hot sauce, cheese, and Netflix.