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Hi! I'm Zee, like the letter.

A born and raised New Yorker with a degree in journalism and a diverse background in media and magazine publishing, Zee Krstic is in love with bringing lifestyle editorial content to life and is always working to make "highbrow" culture accessible for all. He's in a long-term relationship with Instagram's IGTV and you can often find him keeping up with brands in high places.



Zee enjoyed a two-year adventure with Cooking Light and Time Inc. in Birmingham before joining the digital squad at Martha Stewart Living in Lower Manhattan. He spent a year crafting first-in-class service content for savvy homemakers across verticals; he learned firsthand the ins and outs of upholding America's first tastemaker and the brand she has created.

 

Since then, he's blended his health experience and his extensive background in the lifestyle space in a cross-platform role with team Good Housekeeping. He works with Hearst's top talent in the lifestyle group to spearhead health and wellness coverage across the site's rapidly growing audience. He also produces service pieces and timely packages in the pages of one of the nation's most celebrated magazines.



Zee is a proud member of the American Society of Magazine Editors' family after spending time at Vox Media's Eater, an experience that changed his life in 2016 and led to growth elsewhere, including freelance work (like a pinch-me moment when he published work in TIME Magazine in November 2017).

 

He currently serves on the board of directors for ASME NEXT, a organization for early-career print and digital journalists in the publishing industry.  

 

When he's not at work, you can find Zee taking flash-blinding Instagram stories in restaurants he probably should be embarrassed to do so in; snatching a too-good-to-be-true deal on overpriced clothing staples to fit into a collection of (mostly) black clothing; stalking Diet Prada on Instagram; and trying not to spill Mild sauce on the love of his life, his Casper mattress.

 

Oh, and sometimes* trying to cook, too.