The Museum of Russian Icons is a unique collection located in the sleepy town of Clinton in the heart of New England. It grew out of the private collection of industrialist Gordon Lankton who began collecting Icons on business trips to the Old Soviet Union. In 2006 he converted a 150-year-old mill building into a green building that would house the largest collection of Russian icons and artifacts outside Russia. The museum was seeking a video that would tell the history of the museum and show a sample of the collection, while also educate visitors to the meaning of icons. The challenge was to encompass the 500 piece collection with interviews of art expeters and community leaders into a seven minute video.  The video won a 2010 National Telly Award.