Blake Andrews has an extensive interview over on his blog with the very insightful Stephen Scheer.
With my own “personal work” there wasn’t a sense of finish. My method was to look at the world explicitly with the intent to make pictures of it, because that was the best way for me to relate to it. I wasn’t a voyeur, I was a picture maker. I was interested in people in pictures, at large. I didn’t have time to know everybody. I’m not sure why others call this “personal work”. It is actually rather physical, energetic and public. You maneuver and interact with people. They are subjects for pictures and your job is to make sense of them and it, photographically.
Take a look here.