Veronika Adaskova

Field Producer

Adaskova is a Czech filmmaker and artist based in New York City. Veronika’s documentary work as a field and archival producer includes long-form films, documentary series, and special programs for PBS, CNN, Netflix, Showtime, NBC, National Geographic, and The Smithsonian Channel. Adaskova’s artwork in video, photography, and installation have been shown internationally. The most notable exhibits of work include the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., Art Nova 100 in Beijing, and Arsenale in Venice, Italy.

Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak, Segment Producer. Documentary series following extraordinary people who are actively engaged in a mission related to pathogens and biosecurity around the world. Emmy nominated. Netflix (2020)

The Sit-In: Harry Belafonte Hosts The Tonight Show, Archival and Field Producer. Documentary feature. Selected for the Tribeca Film Festival, HotDocs, and Seattle International Film Festival. Emmy nominated. NBC Universal’s Peacock (2020)

The Great American Read, Associate Producer. Documentary series and a national campaign to promote reading in the US. PBS. (2019)

Chasing Life, Associate and Field Producer. Documentary series hosted by a chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta. Emmy nominated. CNN (2017)

Dark Net, Associate and Field Producer. Documentary series about the advantages and pitfalls of the internet and technology. Showtime (2016)

The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth, Field and Post Associate Producer, A weekly documentary series covering the 2016 US Presidential Elections. Showtime. (2016)

Generation X, Story Associate Producer. Documentary series featuring interviews with Julian Assange, Daniel Ellsberg and others who have influenced history. National Geographic (2015)

Sports Detectives, Field and Post Associate Producer, Documentary series investigating missing or disputed artifacts from legendary moments in sports. Smithsonian Channel (2015)