Capturing The Experience of Live Music

Welcome the the Music Museum of My Mind

Eric Tessmer
A man singing into a microphone in front of a crowd at a Round Rock Live Music event.

Highlighting the Showmanship of Local Musicians in Photos

Seven Pillars Photography takes pictures of live music concerts and other music events to capture the energy of these local artists. They are then displayed in galleries to showcase the unique performances of these incredible musicians.

"Art is how we decorate space; Music is how we decorate time."

- Jean Michel Basquiat

Meet Michael

Michael Wright does concert photography to preserve the experience of live performances on a local level. His primary focus is photographing musicians in Texas. He also is planning trips around the US and overseas to capture the showmanship of artists.

Two men playing guitars in front of a microphone.

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Seven Studio is Open

Seven Studio brings its focused attention to detail from the concert stage to a studio designed to capture the real you. I do not position you in unrealistic poses. The real you is captured by continuously photographing while you are moving, singing, or playing your instrument. You are a musician after all.

Not a musician, not a problem. The expertise gathered in the field of battle will be brought to focus on you. You are unique and have a story to tell. Let Seven Pillars help you tell your story by capturing the  iconic you.

Click the button below and set up an appointment for a free consultation.  I want to know what you want.

Seven Studios - "Where the focus is on you."

Seven Pillars Photography has begun the process of photographing live music events in Texas Music Friendly Cities.

 

Seven Pillars Photography continues to cover the Dallas International Guitar Festival.

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The Breast Cancer Resource Center

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“All photographs are memento mori. To take a photograph is to participate in another person’s (or thing’s) mortality, vulnerability, mutability. Precisely by slicing out this moment and freezing it, all photographs testify to time’s relentless melt.”
― Susan Sontag

A man standing on stage with a microphone at an Austin Live Music concert.

Premiere Edition of SEVEN - The Online Magazine about the Local Music Environment of the Greater Austin Area

I’d Love To Hear From You

For additional information and media inquiries, feel free to reach out. It would be my pleasure to address your questions. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

1 Comment

  1. David Robbins on March 6, 2023 at 9:43 pm

    Outstanding work with an eye that captures not only the energy of a performance but the spirit of the artist.

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