NativeHouse Photography Services emerged from Amy Lamb's quest to serve her community through her love for beautiful interior spaces and appreciation for aesthetics.

A University of South Florida business graduate, Amy’s professional career began in the tech industry as a project manager and business development representative for a successful Tampa Bay based communications agency.

She spent the first part of her career in constant motion, traveling the world in project collaboration with some of Fortune 500’s most notable executives. It was exciting, fast-paced and afforded her the opportunity to appreciate the visual beauty throughout the changing cities and natural landscapes of our planet. A creative at heart with a deep sense of humanity, Amy eventually began laying roots by investing in her love and talent for photography.

Amy’s shooting style captures the energizing sense of community that exists in the places people spend their time most; their homes and businesses. Working with her clients, Amy is able to create a still vision of the activity that defines who they are, whether it be in the carefully curated design of an elegant estate or in the perfectly planned atmosphere and ambiance of the favorite hometown eatery. She aims to capture the relationships we create with each other through the spaces we inhabit and love.

Her work can be seen in The Cottage Journal, Interior Appeal, Period Homes, Gulf Coast Design + Decor, House Trends, Dupont Registry, SRQ Magazine, M Magazine, MKE Lifestyle Magazine, Forbes Online, Tampa Bay Metro and a Benton Buckley Books publication, Some Like It Hot.

Amy divides her time between Asheville, North Carolina and Saint Petersburg, Florida. When she's not with a camera in hand, Amy helps those in need as an active Vice President of Sol Relief Aviation. A non-profit charity dedicated to disaster relief work. She also enjoys exploring the outdoors, sharing time with her family and friends and filling her need for learning and discovery with all her community has to offer.

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