Shortly after completing his degree in Psychology in 2002, Giorgio Galli moved to London where decided to retrain and attended Ravensbourne College. Since then he has worked as a professional Editor for almost 20 years on a variety of productions ranging from feature films, TV dramas and high-end documentaries for Netflix, Amazon Studios and major terrestrial channels. During this time, he collaborated with Oscar-winner producers such as Kurt Engfehr (Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11) on Refugee and James Gay-Rees (Senna, Amy) on the popular BAFTA-winner Netflix series, F1: Drive to Survive.


Most recently he edited Don’t Pick Up The Phone, a 3-part true crime documentary for Netflix and Paramount+ which was the 4th most watched documentary on Netflix US on release.


Among his scripted projects are London Kills and Hope Street for BBC and the horror anthology Tales From The Void for US and Canadian TV, with episodes directed by Joe Lynch (Suitable Flesh, Point Blank, Mayhem), John Adams & Toby Poser, (Hellbender), Maritte Lee Go (Black as Night) & Francesco Loschiavo.