Bodies In Motion Photography Exhibit, Move to the Extra[ordinary]™ was hosted by Lonza, a world-leading supplier to the Consumer Health and Nutrition, Pharma & Biotech, and Specialty Ingredients markets, along with acclaimed Brazilian fashion and portrait photographer Bob Wolfenson.
The exhibit highlighted Wolfenson’s images and animations of bodies in motion – athletes, fitness enthusiasts, dancers and others who power their joint health with the integral and well-known wellness ingredient, UC-II® (Undenatured Type II Collagen)*. This event was two-fold: admiration for the astonishing artwork from a renowned photographer, but also his visualizations that illustrate the importance of joint health and how to achieve it.
Lonza is an integrated solutions provider that creates value along the Healthcare Continuum®. Through our Pharma Biotech & Nutrition segment and our Specialty Ingredients segment businesses, we harness science and technology to serve markets along this continuum. We focus on creating a healthy environment, promoting a healthier lifestyle and preventing illness through consumers’ preventive healthcare, as well as improving patient healthcare by supporting our customers to deliver innovative medicines that help treat or even cure severe diseases.
Patients and consumers benefit from our ability to transfer our pharma know-how to the healthcare, hygiene and fast-moving consumer goods environment and to the preservation and protection of the world where we live.
Founded in 1897 in the Swiss Alps, Lonza today is a well-respected global company with more than 100 sites and offices and approximately 15,500 full-time employees worldwide at the end of 2018. The company generated sales of CHF 5.5 billion in 2018 with a CORE EBITDA of CHF 1.5 billion. Further information can be found at www.lonza.com.
About Bob Wolfenson:
Born in 1954 in São Paulo, Bob Wolfenson is considered to be one of the greatest photographers in Latin America. Starting his illustrious career at just sixteen years old, Wolfenson has worked with a variety of photographic genres – from portraits and nudes, to commercial work, including fashion. His work is frequently used in the Brazil editions of Vogue, Rollings Stone, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, and Marie Claire. With a passion for capturing people and life in all its forms, Wolfenson often turns his creative lens from art to advertising, seamlessly bridging the gap between the two worlds and seeing beauty in the everyday.