Pamela Holladay is a Sarasota-based, licensed interior designer.
After receiving her bachelor’s degree in design from the University of Florida in 1972, Holladay moved to Clearwater, FL, where she began her career working in an architectural firm. Since moving to Sarasota in 1974, she has been an active force in the area design community. Holladay’s approach is to harmonize interior and architectural design, always enhancing the architecture and never ignoring it. While her preference is for modernist design, her work spans a range of styles and backgrounds. She won first place in the North Florida Chapter of the 2001 ASID awards and was an adjunct faculty member in the interior design department at Ringling School of Art and Design from 1995 to 1999. Holladay is currently the interior designer at Seibert Architects.