Director Albert Moya paid a visit recently to Joan and Robert Wallick’s sprawling Wyoming estate. The couple purchased the gorgeous property in 1968, and ever since, Mrs. Wallick has spent her summers expanding and cultivating her 35 acres of bountiful flower gardens as Mr. Wallick keeps the grass of the enormous area prim and proper. In an interview with NOWNESS, the filmmaker explains why Mrs. Wallick captured his heart: “I was inspired by meeting the kind of dreamer who has, and still is, working on making her stories real.” You can watch the video profile above, and read more by visiting NOWNESS.com.
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