Alessandro Parodi researches and reports on cultural interactions of persons from across the world. His work has seen him travel through Africa, Europe and Asia with the aim of portraying different aspects of human life through different media platforms. Areas of interest include: religions and spirituality, urban dynamics and social cohesion. In his efforts to advance integration and the knowledge of cultural interactions, he has participated in the production of documentaries such as Riverside Rendezvous (2013) and Common Ground (2015) for the Italian association, PopEye Ethnovisual.
Nomad Africa celebrates life on the African continent. Covering stories from all countries and all cultures, it strives to include unique tourist attractions, business development, technology and investment opportunities as well as looking at the continent's cultural heritage.