2017, 16mm, color, 10 minutes
Nebraska is a portrait of two men who are partners, who live and work together in Lincoln, Nebraska. They both worked at the Sheldon Art Museum, a building designed by Philip Johnson. Greg was a Museum Educator, while Brandon was the Curator of Transnational American Art. The film portrays the playful interaction and a level of intimacy between the art curator and the displayed art, as well as conveying the men at work and at home.