JH: Yeah! Run by [photographer] Tim Barber, right?
MS: Yeah—it was such a great site. Tim asked me to provide a portfolio, and I didn’t want to send him any of my work that was already online. I started going through all these outtakes from shoots, and all the residue that just accumulates from working as a photographer.
Tiny Vices made a small print-on-demand book from the portfolio—I don’t think we made more than 50 total—but I always really loved that work, and when I started developing My Blank Pages, I definitely saw aspects of “The Week of No Computer” in it. The latter doesn’t really exist anywhere anymore, so I wanted to include it. I thought it never really had its time.