Reconsider is an organization that creates media and experiences that catalyze reflection, dialogue, and action.
We challenge people to reconsider the way we participate in and create our current reality.
What We Do
Reconsider develops, produces, and curates long and short form media addressing the core of the societal and environmental issues we face today.
Reconsider develops, produces, and curates experiences that are immersive. Our experiences build off of our media and provide for continued integration and exploration.
Reconsider is weaving together individuals, organizations, and corporations to support and co-create a more dynamic, connected, and alive world.
We believe that the underlying cause of the societal and environmental issues we face today is our experience of life happening to us, and our disconnection from self, others, the natural world, and life itself.
The first step in creating a new world resides in taking time to reconsider – what we value, what choices we make, and what worldview we hold.
Things to Reconsider
The Backfire Effect occurs when, in the face of contradictory evidence, established beliefs do not change but actually get stronger.
Worldview refers to the framework of ideas and beliefs forming a global description through which an individual, group or culture watches and interprets the world and interacts with it.
A Wicked Problem is a problem that is difficult or impossible to solve because of incomplete, contradictory, and changing requirements that are often difficult to recognize.
Our mission is to cultivate awareness, stir responsibility, and inspire collaboration in an effort to make our world more dynamic, connected, and alive.
Disturbing the Peace
A feature length documentary film project about Combatants for Peace, an innovative and inspiring peace movement founded by former Israeli and Palestinian combatants who have laid down their weapons and embraced non-violent activism to end the bloodshed in the Middle East.
Pondemonium is an awe-inspiring portrait of the plants and animals we share our world with -- and what they can teach us about ourselves. Set in and around a typical suburban home, the film reveals a hidden world that is all around is, but which we have lost the ability to see.