Eva Axelrod is an award-winning producer/writer whose work has appeared on PBS, The Learning Channel, New York Times TV, ABC, National Geographic TV. Drawing on many years of experience, she specializes in the areas of science, health, technology, and the environment.
Eva won an Emmy award for the documentary Killer Virus that aired on The Learning Channel. Also for TLC, she produced Transplant: the Clock is Ticking, a documentary nominated for a Cable ACE award. She has also been honored with two CINE Golden Eagles, Gold Apple from National Educational Media Network, Pinnacle Award from American Women in Radio and TV, and a Gold Medal from International Film and TV Festival of New York.
For the popular award-winning PBS series, Innovation, she produced 20 half-hour programs covering cutting-edge advances in science, technology, health and the environment. She also produced segments for the PBS series, The Next Generation; Close to Home: A Moyers Report on Addiction; An American Christmas with Charles Kuralt.
Eva has produced educational videos for schools and museums, including the Nature Museum-Chicago Academy of Sciences, Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Grand Teton National Park. More recently, she created a segment for the PBS children’s series, Planet H20, and collaborated on We Also Dance, a documentary about blind dancers.
She teamed up with the American Museum of Natural History and Environmental Defense Fund to create the award-winning multimedia traveling exhibition, Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast. Featuring videos, interactive computer programs and displays, the exhibition received the American Association of Museums Curators Award.