Britt Aamodt relates the history of a billions-year-old Minnesota stone that has been used in sacred Native American rites, sculpture and even acrylic paint.
Ward Kimball grew to love art in Minneapolis. But MN90 producer Britt Aamodt says he made his art magic as one of the animators on Walt Disney’s greatest films.
St. Paul toy designer Reyn Guyner had a hit with Twister. But what could be his next big game? MN90 producer Britt Aamodt tosses out an idea.
How does a St. Paul boy become a U.S. Supreme Court Justice? MN90 producer Britt Aamodt says it doesn’t hurt to have an old fishing pal on the bench.
The Mary Tyler Moore Show, which debuted in 1970, is considered one of the best TV shows in history. When fans think about their show, says Britt Aamodt, they also think about that famous hat toss in a wintry Minneapolis intersection.
William Albert Allard spent boyhood summers at Lake Gladstone outside Nisswa, Minnesota. Decades later, the National Geographic photographer returned, says Britt Aamodt, to tell the Minnesota Lake Country story in pictures.
Annie Griffiths was only taking pictures for a photo class at the University of Minnesota. But what she saw through a lens made her change her major—and, says Britt Aamodt, gave her the tools to change women’s lives through visual storytelling.