“And she was sort of fashionable, but sort of not aggressively stylish. People didn’t really say ‘hipster’ in those days, but she had a touch of hipster.
“She would go out and smoke cigarettes outside in front of the building.
“I saw her on these little trips. I would pass her in the corridors as she went out to smoke cigarettes.
“Then at a Christmas party, I was introduced and I said, ‘oh yeah, I think I’ve seen you around’. Later on she made fun of me for saying that.”