He also worked alongside Ann Roth as assistant for “The English Patient” (Oscar 1996 Best Costumes) and, as associate designer, for “The Talented Mr. Ripley” directed by Anthony Minghella.
In Opera productions, Poggioli worked with directorLiliana Cavani (La Traviata, Teatro alla Scala di Milano), Mauro Bolognini (Norma, Teatro Bellini di Catania), Franco Zeffirelli (Aida and Boheme, Teatro dell’ Opera di Roma and Tel Aviv Opera House).
He designed the costumes for productions directed by Ruggero Cappuccio and orchestra directed by Riccardo Muti as “Falstaff (Teatro alla Scala Di Milano), Nina ossia La pazza per amore (Teatro Alla Scala e Piccolo di Milano) and, recently, “Il ritorno di Don Calandrino”, at the Salzburg Opera Theatre.
The recent Operas includes: “Gustavo III” (Teatro San Carlo di Napoli), “L’ Elisir d’Amore”, “Il Barbiere di Siviglia” and “Don Pasquale” (Teatro dell’Opera di Roma).
As a costume designer for Feature and TV Films, Poggioli has designed costumes for “Marquise” directed by Vera Belmont, “Jason and the Argonauts” (TV Mini Series), “The Mists of Avalon” directed by Uli Edel (TV Mini Series – EMMY AWARDS nomination for best costume), “Cold Mountain” co-designed with A. Roth, directed by Anthony Minghella (BAFTA nomination for best costume), “Van Helsing” directed by Steven Sommers(SATURN AWARD nomination), “Doom” directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak, “The Fine Art Of Love: Mine-Haha”directed by John Irvin, “The Inquiry” directed by Giulio Base and “The Brothers Grimm” co-designed with G. Pescucci and directed by Terry Gilliam.