I was very honoured to work with a photographer who’s work I have admired for a long time, we shot this amazing story for Telegraph Magazine in New Jersey in a truck car park and where trains passed capturing a bit of bleak, beautiful, working class Americana observed by the legendary Stephen Shore. Styled by Daniela Agnelli, hair by Brian Buenaventura and our model was the stunning Alana Zimmer, makeup was very cinematic to suit the epic landscape with contouring and neutral browns on eyes with nude lips. To prep the skin I used Arcona Triad Pads which contain vitamins and cranberry to brighten and then followed with an oil facial used Decleor Aromessence Neroli Super Serum, sealing in moisture with Kiehls’ Ultra Facial Moisturiser and using Creme de la Mer The Eye Concentrate to reduce any puffiness under the eyes. To create a light and glowing base I used YSL Forever Youth Liberator buffed into skin for a flawless complexion and removed shine with MAC Blot Film to create a matte base without powder, Bobbi Brown Tinted Eye Brightener was used to lighten any dark circles. The cinematic contouring was created used MAC Contour Cream in Coffee Walnut and I added a highlight to the cheekbone with RMS Living Luminizer. For the warm, matte brown on the eyes I used Tom Ford Eye Colour Quad in Cocoa Mirage with the medium shade in the crease and darker shade along the lash line, lashes were curled before two coats of Giorgio Armani Eyes To Kill mascara in black. Brows were groomed and Edward Bess Ultra Slick Lipstick in Nude Lotus was patted onto the lips for a perfect nude.