Josh Jackson is co-founder and editor-in-chief of award-winning Paste, a magazine Jason Lee calls "so deliciously sweet, I often put it my waffles in the morning instead of syrup." He’s been named one of Relevant magazine's 12 Revolutionaries and one of Georgia Trends' "40 Under 40." He's also served as a regular music and film critic for CNN Headline News and Atlanta radio station Dave-FM and serves on the alumni board for The Grady School of Journalism at the University of Georgia, where he graduated with a special focus on magazines. He's interviewed dozens of musicians and entertainers for the magazine, and his profile of actor/director Zach Braff was the October 2006 cover story. Prior to launching Paste, Jackson served as communications director for the Luke Society and freelance writer and photographer, covering assignments on six continents.