About Me

Eva Zelig is an award-winning producer/writer whose credits include television, multimedia, and exhibitions.  Her work has appeared on PBS, ABC, The Learning Channel, New York Times TV, Consumer Reports TV, and the National Geographic Channel.
Eva won an Emmy for The Learning Channel documentary Killer Virus, along with the award-winning documentary Transplant: the Clock is Ticking.  For the PBS series Innovation, she produced 20 half-hour programs on advances in science, technology, health and the environment. She also produced the Close to Home: A Moyers Report on Addiction, and was field producer for the PBS series, The de’ Medici Kitchen.
Eva has produced educational videos and exhibits for museums, including the American Museum of Natural History, Nature Museum-Chicago Academy of Sciences, Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Grand Teton National Park.  She created the multimedia traveling exhibition, Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast.  Recently, Eva produced episodes of the PBS series, Art Through Time: A Global View; an episode of the PBS series, Planet H20; and the documentary, We Also Dance.

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