Morgan Levine is a craft and prop stylist that used her background in styling for TV and print, to make the most remarkable paper pop-art scenes and paper works for respected brands and personalities such as Kate Spade, Martha Stewart, Tiffany, Cartier, Real Simple

Currently living in Brooklyn, Morgan’s love of crafts began a long time ago with her ceramic classes as a child in Maryland and her interest in collecting china dolls that led her later to begin her unique collection of snack sets, plates with a handle and space for a glass or tea cup. She earned a B.A. at Pratt Institute for Industrial Design, worked with Jonathan Adler and Ralph Lauren Home, then started with Martha Stewart, where she became an editorial assistant and craft blogger.

She prefers poppy, festive colors to the serene and neutral, and awaits the comeback of Bargello, a type of needlepoint embroidery consisting of upright flat stitches laid in a mathematical pattern to create motifs.