With a background in fine art focused on installation work, Lexi has taken her creative visual practice and translated it into a career in interior design and photography. She has worked alongside interior designers and brands to create images of space and objects. After a number of years working as a freelance photographer and interior designer, Lexi joined the Beauty Shoppe design department. After two years of work with the co-working company, Studio Lithe was formed as a collaboration between Lexi and her colleague and business partner, Morgan Stewart.
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Morgan Stewart worked as a freelance interior designer in her first years post university, primarily focused on small commercial spaces such as coffee shops, restaurants and gyms. In 2016 she moved into a new role at Pittsburgh-based hospitality company, Beauty Shoppe. She established and grew the internal design department, overseeing the wide range of needs that the firm required covering interior design, graphic design and in-house photography and eventually moving into the position of Design Director. At the beginning of 2020 she and partner Lexi Ribar spun out of the Beauty Shoppe team to create Studio Lithe in pursuit of additional opportunities in hospitality design, branding development and photography.