Endings: Photographic Stories of Love, Loss, Heartbreak, and Beginning Again
Jessica Ennis, Caitlin Cronenberg
Caitlin Cronenberg is an award-winning photographer and director whose work has appeared in publications across the globe, including the New York Times and W Magazine. She lives in Toronto.
Jessica Ennis is an art director, set designer, and stop-motion animator who has produced sets for clients including MTV, Microsoft, and HBO. She is based in New York.
Mary Harron is a Canadian filmmaker, director, and screenwriter known for acclaimed films like I Shot Andy Warhol, American Psycho, and the Netflix miniseries Alias Grace.
“Their book, The Endings: Photographic Stories Of Love, Loss, Heartbreak, And Beginning Again (Chronicle Books, £21.99), explores different narratives of this through striking photos. ‘These images tell stories of sadness, loneliness, anger, relief, rebirth, freedom and happiness. They are explorations into raw emotions, looking at female characters at a crossroads, and how they move forward (or don’t) after heartbreak,’ say the authors. ‘The stories are about relationship endings, but they are also about beginnings. They capture the journey of moving on. Starting again. These are the stories we set out to tell.’ Moving and beautiful.” Psychologies
“In her new book The Endings, photographer Caitlin Cronenberg, in collaboration with stylist Jessica Ennis and a handful of some of the most lauded and talented actresses in the UK and the US, asks what a broken heart looks like.” The Glasgow Herald
|Publication Date||4 September 2018|
|Illustrations||about 120 photographs|