Here's the latest installment in our series of photos and brief on-the-street interviews from Dijon Bowden of Souls of Society, featuring people he encountered recently in the Castro. (Find the first three installments here, here, and here.)
“She’s a little shy.”
“I moved here five years ago from LA. People take a lot of pride in the community here. It has a lot of character and it’s very free."
What’s your flow on a Friday night?
“Probably Beaux and 440. I like The Mix a lot too. Three bars is usually enough, unless it gets a little too crazy. Then maybe Badlands, but that’s a last resort.”
What’s your dream for your time in San Francisco?
“Just to find a creative, loving group of people that are really supportive of each other, and I think I’ve found that here.”
“Everybody loves to take my picture!”
What are you really passionate about?
“Being happy and making people happy.”
How do you find happiness?
“Making people happy is big part of it. I work in the service industry, and smiles go a long way.”
What is one of your proudest accomplishments?
“Oh Snapple, that’s a rough one ... living successfully as an adult, despite all of my family’s doubts.”