Andrea Cross

Andrea Cross is Executive Producer of Content of Arc Programs. She has served in a variety of production, editorial and management roles in science documentary television over the past 18 years. She worked for over ten years at the acclaimed PBS science documentary series NOVA on over 25 hours of television. She also helped develop NOVA ScienceNOW, a magazine series hosted first by journalist Robert Krulwich and later by science communicator and astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson. For MSNBC she directed a documentary on brain surgeons at the Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City.

She is a recipient of the Peabody Award for her work on the three-hour NOVA miniseries The Elegant Universe hosted by physicist Brian Greene.

Andrea lived in Germany for seven years where she collaborated with several German production companies on various international film projects including a film for ARTE about the work of the American psychologist Paul Ekman.

Along with her husband, she is the author of a book explaining the science behind 100 myths about conception, pregnancy and birth, which was published in Germany in 2012.