Paul Reynolds is Co-Founder of FableVision, which develops custom, educational media, interactives, mobile games and apps, and Executive Director of the non-profit Reynolds Center for Teaching, Learning & Creativity, which supports teacher and student creativity across the curriculum with a focus on scalable, constructionist and maker education tools and CTE pathways.
Over the past decade, Paul has championed development of FabMaker Studio engineering design and fabrication software platform, designed to lower the on-ramp to meaningful K-8 STEM learning experiences. He has been instrumental in securing funding for this project from US DOE SBIR, MacArthur Foundation, Noyce Foundation, Alcoa Foundation, Cisco Foundation, La Fondation Dassault Systèmes, and Morgridge Family Foundation.
Paul teaches digital media production at Boston College, where he has served as adjunct faculty for three decades. He is also a children’s book author who collaborates with his twin brother and New York Times #1 Best-Selling Author/Illustrator, Peter H. Reynolds. Their books include Going Places (Simon & Schuster), a picture book about creativity and engineering, and an early chapter book series called the STEAM-Powered Adventures of Sydney & Simon, which includes Full STEAM Ahead!, Go Green!, and To the Moon! (Charlesbridge Publishing). Twitter: @FablePaul