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21 Jan 2017
Armin's WRX, EVA-00

Bugeye for Life

The old girl’s still got it! It’s been a long time since I’ve driven my WRX, “EVA-00” or “Eva” for short. She typically spends her days in my garage now that she’s been a few years retired now from the car show scene, but with my friend Kyle “KP” Pope in town bringing dry skies from Arizona, it was a perfect opportunity to take her out to stretch her legs. Plus, since I hadn’t really picked up my camera since […]

24 Dec 2016
Armin Ausejo Photography 2016 Year in Review

2016 Year in Review

2016 went by like a blur for me. It didn’t take anywhere near as many photos as I have in previous years, mainly due to life changes such as taking a role at eBay as the Global Digital Marketing Manager for the eBay Partner Network. Life is busy, but busy is good, and through it all I still found time to take some really great photos. 2016 was a year of many changes, and while some things make me feel […]

07 Nov 2016
Ashton Solecki for DailyDriven.com

Ashton Solecki for DailyDriven.com

Last Sunday, I had the pleasure and honor to take photos of my beautiful friend Ashton Solecki, who modeled some new products for DailyDriven.com. This was her first ever photoshoot and she was a total natural! I barely had to give her much direction and we had a blast working together. The photos turned out great and I can’t wait to photograph her again. Thanks again, Ashton! And many thanks to Wence and Jo for helping out behind the scenes […]

04 Sep 2016
Paul's Nissan GTR

Paul’s Nissan GTR

Paul was an old customer of ours back at World One Performance, who owned a 600+ whp Subaru STI race car that we built. Unfortunately, I wasn’t ever able to do a photoshoot with his STI, but we kept in touch after World One went away. About a month ago, he hit me up asking if I’d like to take photos of his GTR and our schedules worked out great for Labor Day weekend. The weather was very cooperative and […]

09 Jun 2016

The Griffin Interview

I recently received an email from Griffin Brugger, a student at Seattle’s The Center School, asking if I’d be willing to do an interview with him regarding photography. I was happy to oblige, and the questions he asked were so good that I felt they’d be perfect to include in a blog post.