I have put this in new theories, otherwise I might be banned but it's not so much meant as a new theory as a different interpretation. Unfortunately I have noticed that subjects in this section are far more likely to be ignored or not taken seriously.
I believe I would be correct to say that mainstream would maintain that a photon does not experience time. Time for it does not exist.
There is I believe another explanation that looks the same.
A photon travels backward in time at the same rate that time flows forward.
It could be argued that anything traveling faster than c would travel backward in time. Therefore anything traveling at c is traveling backward in time at the rate that time is flowing forward.
The same logic explains why gravity may propagate faster than c. It propagates backwards in time.
Perhaps this can be extended to say that everything without mass travels backward in time at or faster than c.
I believe this leaves the laws of physics intact?
No, photons can never experience Mike. You know this.
You're really reaching new levels of psuedoscience. The part where you have it could be used to explain how mass travels backwards in time at rates faster than c is a peach.