Luuk Sengers is an investigative journalist, researcher and educator. Together with Mark Lee Hunter and with the support of UNESCO he developed the internationally acclaimed Story-Based Inquiry Method, a systematic and efficient way of doing investigations. His other fields of expertise are data journalism and interview techniques. Luuk is a visiting lecturer at several journalism schools and universities. Previously, he worked for 16 years as an economics reporter at major Dutch newspapers and magazines: NRC Handelsblad, Quote and Intermediair. He has been a board member of the association of investigative journalists in The Netherlands and Belgium, the VVOJ. He co-authored and edited the book Onderzoeksjournalistiek: Researchproces van Idee tot Verhaal (Lannoo Campus, 2009). With Hunter, he wrote several practical handbooks about investigative journalism and a curriculum for universities, including The Hidden Scenario and The Story Tells the Facts.