Boy that's a lot of questions ..... How do you see your photography advancing the medium, or do you? I am not a guru of photography nor do I want to be even if I had the chance which I wont. I shoot pictures that I want to shoot the way I want them to look. If people like my work that's nice, if they don't it won't change the way I work. Is it important to you to break new ground, or are you satisfied to work in an established tradition? If it's new ground for myself then always happy and looking for new idea's / concepts. Do you feel that your work accurately represents your ideas and passions? It's getting there. Given say another 30 years I may have something I'm 99.5% happy with and representative. In what direction, if any, do you feel that the medium is moving, and how are you contributing, or not, to that movement? As I said I'm not a guru, so other than giving advice where I can probably not. In what direction do you think that the medium should be moving, if any, and how are you contributing, or not, to that movement? Again I'm not a guru. How do you see the future of our medium? Camera's, film, etc. will continued to be produced and people like ourselves will continue to use it. Also new generations will come along and re-discover what we have found. Nothing changes really since the day the first camera's were sold. Can I have a cigi and single malt scotch break now please?