Alessandro di Nunzio was born in Foggia on 9/26/1984. He graduated in Political Science from University of Bologna. Then, he started working as a journalist, at the beginning curating a series of debates about the mysteries of Italian Republic. In 2011, he starts working on his first journalistic inquiry about the interests of Comunione e Liberazione inside the universities. This project will end up inside Ferruccio Pinotti's book "La lobby di Dio" (published by Chiare Lettere), as a chapter called "Il business dell'istruzione". In that same year, he works along with Alberto Nerazzini on Report's inquiry "La città dei rancori". In 2015 he makes his first video inquiry "Funds stolen from agriculture", co-directed with Diego Gandolfo, that is awarded with the important prize Roberto Morrione. In 2016 he works with the Editorial Staff of Presa Diretta and Petrolio. Today, he works on his inquiries as a freelance journalist.