Vincenzo Chiomenti studied at the Accademia di Brera in Milan. He made his debut with 'Pantera Bionda' at the publishing house Edizioni Arc. He cooperated on the magazines of Alpe publishers, such as Il Vittorioso and Intrepido. From 1951 to 1957 he worked with his brother Antonio as his scriptwriter for Marino Tomasina and Edizioni Alpe.
He had a large production for the French market, such as 'Capitan Miki' (Esse G. Esse), 'Marco Polo' (Éditions Aventures et Voyages) and most notably, Lug publishers. At Lug, he worked with such characters as 16th Century New World settler 'Johnny Bourask', nobleman 'Jean Brume', Cossack warrior 'Ivan Karine', American samurai 'Bob Stanley' and the 'Mac' series, about three Scotsmen in the Far West. He has illustrated an episode of 'Zagor' at Bonelli.