"Seeing from a new point of view" 

"Eye Candy.  That's what we felt about the outstanding photography created for this issue of Entertainment Fort Smith. Especially for our Fortifiers feature with Steve Clark, photographer John Cross captured Clark's magnificent rehab of the historic, triangle-shaped Friedman-Mincer building in a stunning way. Every space inside the handsomely designed building is interesting and Cross puts your eye to his lens to show it off."

                          Lynn Wasson, Managing Editor

to the magazine:


"...Especially noteworthy is the contribution made by John Cross, who photographed most of the illustrations. These shiny tin-foil wrappers presented lighting difficulties seldom encountered. Were it not for his expertise, many of these stamps and wrappers could not be shown." - United States Internal Revenue Tax-Paid Stamps Printed on Tin-Foil and Paper Tobacco Wrappers - John Alan Hicks- Author
His eye for color and form ensures the images have a timeless beauty beyond a mere 'snap-shot'. Gene E. McCluney- Photographer
Dear John, - Without your keen eye behind the camera, this book wouldn't look nearly as good as it does! Many thanks for all your help. Sinerely, Alan John Alan Hicks- Author

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