Reynolds Mastin is a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Retransmission Collective and of the Executive Committee of the International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF). He is also a member of the Foundation Committee of Casey House, a Toronto-based non-profit organization dedicated to serving the needs of the HIV/AIDS community.
Reynolds is Chief Negotiator and Chief Legal Officer at the Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA), where he provides legal and strategic advice on a range of Matters including intellectual property, industrial relations, CRTC regulatory proceedings
and corporate governance.
Reynolds leads negotiations on behalf of Canadian independent producers and the Hollywood studios in the bargaining of labour agreements with the Canadian-based unions and guilds representing talent and technicians in the film, television and digital content production industry.
Prior to joining the CMPA in 2008, Reynolds served as Legal Counsel for the Canadian Association of Broadcasters, where his files included tariff proceedings before the Copyright Board of Canada, copyright reform, and corporate governance. He began his legal career as an articling student with the CRTC, a position which gave him board exposure to both broadcasting and telecommunications matters.
Reynolds completed his Common Law (LLB) and Civil Law (LLL) Degrees at McGill University, with an exchange semester spent at the University of Arizona in Tucson. He has an Honours BA in International Relations from the University of Toronto, and his BEd from the University of Ottawa.