In Rural Kids I am focusing my camera on the experience of my children and their friends growing up in woods of New Hampshire. I grew up in the suburbs of Boston with sidewalks and manicured lawns often adorned with pesticide warnings. My kids are not having a simpler experience, but it is different than my own. Those differences are what I am drawn to photograph. My kids swim in our pond, they catch frogs, they bask in boredom, they throw tantrums, they wear clothes most of the time despite no one being around. Ultimately, my kids are just kids that are being shaped by the geographic place of their childhood.