Piermarco Menini was born in Venice where he started the career of photographer.
From 1987 to 1994 he has an intensive cooperation with the Peggy Guggenheim Collection for which he photographed artworks, still life, architecture and artistic events.
In the 1992 he moved to Milan and began making portraits of famous people publishing in Vanity Fair, Amica, Glamour, Io Donna, Sette, Il Venerdì, Icon, Panorama, Max, Studio, Premiere, Madame Figaro, Photo.
He's been working for 20 years with the film magazine Ciak covering the most important film festivals.
In 2017 for Huawei he created, as art director and photographer, the #faccehuawei campaign and the multimedia exhibition, for the launch of the P10 and P10 Plus smartphones and in 2010 he was brand ambassador for Samsung in the road show Urban Safari presenting the mirrorless camera NX 100.
He is a professor at the Italian Institute of Photography in Milan since 1992.
He exhibited in the section "La Fabbrica dell'Arte" at the 50th Venice Art Biennale.
Between 2002 and 2018 he also was photo editor for the Venice Film Festival official daily magazine Ciak in Mostra and between 2006 and 2007 for the restyling of the periodic Il Cittadino.