Constantine Alatzas

Constantine is the founder of the Institute for Creative Evolution He served as technical director of four theaters, including owner/director of The Performing Space in Santa Fe. Constantine designed and installed over fifty sets and hundreds of lighting plots. With extensive video and film production credits Constantine combined TV satellites with live audiences for International Space Bridges with Joseph Goldin (1990) and the North American broadcast of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's talk "Compassion and Non Violence" (1992).

Political advertising for candidates and issues is also included in Mr. Alatzas work. U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman and the Sierra Club are amongst his clients, and as a documentarian for an eight year period, he was a stringer for The MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour.

Constantine's design talents have been applied to architecture as well. Over a thirty year time span he refined what he terms Smart Green and Self Powered homes. He lectures on adobe construction, renewable energy and sustainable living.

His solo journey to Honduras, following the devastating path of Hurricane Mitch (1998), is one example of his Missions of Compassion lifestyle and is chronicled in his manuscript Road Angel. His work in Iraq has been a synthesis of his diverse strengths and past experience and his lifelong commitment to building tools for peace.