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The Experience of You.

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Capturing The Experience of You

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."

Capturing The Experience of You

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."

Displaying the Experience of You

Displaying the Experience of You

Welcome to the Music Museum of my Mind

Welcome to the Music Museum of my Mind

Seven Pillars Photography is dedicated to preserving the history created in the "Live Music Capital of the World."

Each book highlights a theme of this multi-faceted music environment.

Seven Pillars Photography is dedicated to preserving the history created in the "Live Music Capital of the World."

Each book highlights a theme of this multi-faceted music environment.

Telling The Experience of You

Telling the Experience of You

SEVEN, The Magazine Capturing the stories of the Local Austin Music Environment

 

Seven Pillars is Getting Noticed

Seven Pillars is Respected

If you were with us Friday night, and you were listening closely - you might have heard just one little mistake. It's because Chandra had just gotten there. Over 3 decades of knowing her and she still gives me butterflies. The song I was singing says "you see my eyes light up when you walk in"... If you've seen the way I look at her, you know this to be true. She believes in me, encourages me and supports my passion in ways I've only ever dreamed of.
She's worked on things behind the scenes with me for almost two years now. Those two years you might also notice line up perfectly with what Michael Wright writes in his (Seven Pillars) post. This has been a time of me finding my voice again, learning to trust my gut, eliminating alcohol, and making my own music. But where Chandra's creative talents have benefitted me directly - Michael's creative talents are benefitting all of us who play music here.
He has given us the gift of his time (which is in short supply for everyone) so that alone is something incredibly special. But he is also an advocate, a cheerleader, a consummate professional, a man who works all day and then still musters up the energy to go out at night to spotlight musicians all over this city. AND he uses his talents to help keep our dreams alive by validating our contributions to the Live Music Capital.
I'd love for you to click the link below to go to his site and read the wonderful things he said about our original show because it's AMAZING! And that alone is worth more than words can say...but I believe we also owe it to him to visit his work outside of Facebook so that he can continue to do what he does. Please support him the way he supports us.
Thank you Michael. Thank you for taking your time and spending it with us Friday night. And thanks to everyone who shared the event, and who showed up and sang along. One of the coolest things ever is to look out on a crowd of people and see them singing the words to the songs you wrote. Thank you!
 
- Mark Chandler

Seven Pillars is Respected

If you were with us Friday night, and you were listening closely - you might have heard just one little mistake. It's because Chandra had just gotten there. Over 3 decades of knowing her and she still gives me butterflies. The song I was singing says "you see my eyes light up when you walk in"... If you've seen the way I look at her, you know this to be true. She believes in me, encourages me and supports my passion in ways I've only ever dreamed of.
She's worked on things behind the scenes with me for almost two years now. Those two years you might also notice line up perfectly with what Michael Wright writes in his (Seven Pillars) post. This has been a time of me finding my voice again, learning to trust my gut, eliminating alcohol, and making my own music. But where Chandra's creative talents have benefitted me directly - Michael's creative talents are benefitting all of us who play music here.
He has given us the gift of his time (which is in short supply for everyone) so that alone is something incredibly special. But he is also an advocate, a cheerleader, a consummate professional, a man who works all day and then still musters up the energy to go out at night to spotlight musicians all over this city. AND he uses his talents to help keep our dreams alive by validating our contributions to the Live Music Capital.
I'd love for you to click the link below to go to his site and read the wonderful things he said about our original show because it's AMAZING! And that alone is worth more than words can say...but I believe we also owe it to him to visit his work outside of Facebook so that he can continue to do what he does. Please support him the way he supports us.
Thank you Michael. Thank you for taking your time and spending it with us Friday night. And thanks to everyone who shared the event, and who showed up and sang along. One of the coolest things ever is to look out on a crowd of people and see them singing the words to the songs you wrote. Thank you!
 
- Mark Chandler
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Why?

“Vision sees the stars; mission carves the path to reach them. Vision without a purposeful mission is a ship without a compass, drifting aimlessly in the sea of aspirations.”

― Aloo Denish Obiero

 

Seven Pillars Photography continues to cover the

Dallas International Guitar Festival.

Seven Pillars Photography

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The Breast Cancer Resource Center

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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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