In what ways can photography and does your photography move toward the future? We often hear of photography related to memories and to stilled moments of the past. What about it’s foretelling or projection toward the future? There are, for example, photographic documents which may help the world see what to look out for and avoid in the future. The Jewish cry of Never Again is emboldened when accompanied by the haunting and almost impossible-to-fathom images of Auschwitz. I often think of my own work in terms of possibility into the future rather than a recounting of past experience, sometimes even how I want things to be instead of how they were. Some of the friends and new acquaintances I’ve made portraits of, often creating more theatrical characters with them rather than trying to more literally and expectedly capture their likeness have told me they’ve seen sides of themselves they were not necessarily that in touch with. That’s the ultimate compliment to me, who’s not as interesting in accuracy of likeness as in opening new doors. Of course, some of the photographing I do changes me and teaches me quite a bit and I see that as very future oriented. Some of the greatest artists have helped change cultural and societal ways in which we see, even moving seeing into the unknown, such as the Impressionist and Cubist painters did and the Avant Garde and Dadaist photographers did. Can you add to this?