The Perfect Cup - Dimond Mall
D. James Rowlan framed landscapes are on display and for sale at The Perfect Cup. "The Cup" is located on the 2nd floor of the Dimond Mall.
About D. James
I started photography in 2001 using black and white film. I began as an understudy to a small town photographer in Oklahoma.  My mentor would assign me projects weekly, critiquing me as I developed my assignments.
in 2003 I walked into the Dean of Art's office at a well-known private school in OKC to present my work, and walked out with a scholarship.  With a major change of plans I declined the scholarship and moved my family to Alaska.

Currently, I work full time as Telecom Designer and Supervisor for a local Alaskan company.  Photography is not my profession, however it's one of my first loves. I love refining my art and capturing the beauty of the human body. 
A special thank you
I want to say thank you to a group of ladies that made my photography dream come true. Without you all, I would've never realized my creative potential.  Thank you for braving the elements, my moods, and enduring my crazy ideas.

Erin "Wednesday" (Gave me my first Camera)
Sandy (My only MUA)

what is the Killroom?
In September of 2013 I was offered space to shoot in the O'Malley Square Building, Southside Anchorage. The building is three stories, the bottom two are indoor storage units. I used the units to shoot my first Art project and also had the privilege of shooting Turquoise Boy, a local Anchorage band.

I decided to use the unit regularly and the models started calling it "The Killroom." I continue to shoot in The Killroom because it gives me unique lighting for Black & White Photography.