After studying at the European Institute of Design in Milan, Giorgio Martinoli began his career collaborating with various graphics studios in Milan, focusing on projects for prestigious fashion brands (Moschino, Mila Schön, Aspesi…) as well as photography and architecture books for the publisher Taschen.
In 2001 he moved to Paris, where he served as creative director of the men's magazine Upstreet, working with photographers like Bob Richardson, David Armstrong and Vivian Sassen.
He then became art director of the independent fashionpublication Above Magazine, collaborating with photographers such as Ellen Von Unwerth, Harri Peccinotti and Michael Roberts.
In parallel with the art direction of the catalogues for Galeries Lafayette, he worked as creative director of L'Optimum and later the French edition of L’Officiel de la Mode.
Since 2013 he has been taking care of the art direction of the fashion magazine Air France Madame, published by Condé Nast France.