Paul Gafni has been teaching since 2008, and his primary mathematical interests are Combinatorial Game Theory, Abstract Algebra, Number Theory, Graph Theory, and Combinatorics. Paul taught the math class at the UW Robinson Center's Transition School program from 2015-2018 and will be diving into a 4th-5th grade teaching position at Seattle Country Day School this fall. He collaborates with Math for Love and the Washington Experimental Mathematics Laboratory. In 2015, Paul started playing with laser cutters; he now designs and fabricates fractal jewelry and teaches students to use CAD software (Rhino and Grasshopper). In early 2018, Paul started an intense dive into music--theory, piano, and guitar have been his primary learning pursuits of late.