“Coaches Wives” is a film about the women who share their husband with a particular sport – and the life that that sport dictates for them. Often ignored and under-appreciated in American sports culture, the coach’s wife is the unsung hero who must balance love, sometimes children, domestic responsibilities and other characteristics of being married to a man who has committed his life to coaching a team/sport at a competitive level.
Jonathan Moore (producer/director) is an independent filmmaker whose films have played in festivals and on public television. A former college basketball player and the son of a coach's wife, he is a graduate of Kentucky Wesleyan College and UCLA. He is currently an associate professor of Cinema Arts at Vanguard University of Southern California.
Karen Moore (producer/editor) is a Los Angeles based film and television editor and holds a degree in history and American studies from the University of Richmond. She is the associate director and online editor for "Last Call with Carson Daly" on NBC.
The Moores are married and live in Los Angeles with their son.
Kyo Edmoundson (director of photography/producer) played high school basketball where he gained encouragement from coaches and friends to pursue excellence in some other area. He has previously served as camera operator for the reality series "All Summer Long with the Upperclassmen," and director of photography for the web-based series "Sibs" and media blogsite "The Electric Feast."