Giulia Ticozzi lives and works in Milan. She works on images, art and theory of photography and she realizes laboratories, photographic researches and public art projects.
She worked for the Italian photographer Francesco Jodice as an assistant and for the Italian web magazine Il Post.
She exhibited her work in and collaborated with some important Italian institution such as Museo di Fotografia Contemporanea di Cinisello Balsamo, Istituto Beni culturali Emilia-Romagna, Careof and vFondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin.
She currently teaches history of photography at Riccardo Bauer, Milan and collaborates with “Exposed” project and the daily newspaper La Stampa.