Harry Williams Jr. hopes his photographs will create a human connection to the many faces we often pass without a glance on the streets of San Francisco.
“I want people to see the people they might ignore every day they pass without recognizing them,” he explained. “I want my photos to feel like they’re going to breathe on you, that tactile feeling like you can touch them and they can touch you.”
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