Stephen Drucker Editor-in-chief of House Beautiful

Stephen Drucker was named editor-in-chief of Hearst Magazines’ House Beautiful in October 2005. Prior to joining Hearst, Drucker had been a contributing writer for Architectural Digest since 2001. Previously, he spent several years at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, where he was executive vice president and editor-in-chief from 1996 to 2001 and was instrumental in the success of the company’s flagship magazine, Martha Stewart Living.

Drucker has a wealth of experience in the lifestyle arena of both magazines and newspapers. Before joining Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, he held positions as executive editor of Travel & Leisure and features director of HG magazine. From 1988-1992, Drucker worked at The New York Times, where he was editor of the “Home” section and created The Sunday “Styles” section. Previously, he held senior editor positions at both Vogue and Self.

Drucker is a graduate of Vassar College and studied historic preservation at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture.