We're "Home and Yonder", a lifestyle, art, vintage culture, food & travel based multimedia group. Our company started in 2012, but has it's roots in the founding of our family 30 years ago.


As intersectional artists, who met in grad school at CalArts, we specialize in storytelling in all it's forms, believing that the story dictates the medium. We're creative and deep thinkers with varied expertise. At our core, we're  curious and love to learn, explore and share our daily life and wondrous adventures. We're all about expanding horizons and sharing insights in the hopes that we can help others. Home is central, but so is the rich community we create with people in places near and far. We're wanderlusty, enjoying fresh experiences and new cultures.


We're also nostalgic and find comfort and guidance in the lessons and history of the past. To that point, we're family archivists and documentarians and historic time-travelers, who love to dress for an occasion and frequent the vintage scene, mining it for nuggets, while keeping a contemporary progressive mindset.


Our training is in the visual and performing arts and sciences. We've been blessed to have had rich and varied experiences that have made the world seem closer, kinder and full of friends. Collectively we've professionally in the music, theatre, film, fashion, beauty, art, photography, literary, education and food hospitality industries! We've studied and lived abroad in France and Germany. We've worked in National and State Parks. We've also worked in major cities such as New York, London, Paris, Minneapolis, San Diego and Los Angeles. It's been a good ride, but not always smooth.


We're resilient. As a family, we've navigated through the chronic pain of endometriosis; IVF; having premie twins born two months early; and finding answers and therapies that allowed our kids to overcome early struggles with Asperger's and succeed in becoming their best selves. In the year preceding the covid pandemic , we survived 8 deaths in the family, job downsizing and a recovery from breast cancer amidst the Covid lockdown. Despite these challenges, we've never lost our faith or faltered in our optimism. We have wit and stoicism in good measure, and a corgi companion, to make it all better. We're Californians. We live in a place where people believe in reinvention, ingenuity, imagination and creative possibilities. Now is a good time to own this mindset and to reconnect with history to meet the future together.


As we head further into the decade, we are owning this California mindset and rethinking and re-envisioning our future. That means refocusing our brand to reflect where we are now, and also where we'd like to be in the next 10 years. It's exciting. Spend some time with us and you might find yourself going to places you had long forgotten, or seeing things in a different way. You might find the peace you crave, right where you are, at home. Or you might dust off your compass and set off on a new journey, armchair or otherwise. Follow the journey as our vision grows in fresh new ways to transport, engage, encourage and inspire you.

Paul is an experienced and accomplished producer with a proven history of planning and executing high-profile, globally-distributed projects for major Hollywood productions including the "Harry Potter", "Matrix", and "Lord of the Rings" franchises. 

As an Executive Producer and Head of Production he has lead initiatives to create special features to accompany home entertainment releases. Paul's experience includes the development and production of short and long-form documentaries, as well as story-driven content to support and promote major film and original series releases. 

Paul Hemstreet, Producer

Jeudi Cornejo Brealey is an intersectional artist, entertainer, nostalgia peddler, lost-music purveyor, heirloomist and time-traveling troubador known for her signature vintage style.


Raised in a large Latin family in San Diego, she's the daughter and granddaughter of immigrants. Jeudi creates at the crossroads of past and present, taking comfort in rootedness, yet delighting in the new and wondrous. Her aim is to be a conscious force for good by creating atmospheric works that re-enchant the world, offer hope and invite joy & delight. She's committed to community, illumination and wonder. 

Jeudi's work centers on themes of Love, Family, Identity and Spirit.


Jeudi Cornejo Brealey

Gustavo Hemstreet is a 3D Layout/Previsualization Artist and 3D Animator currently studying at ArtCenter College of Design, where he will earn a B.Sc in Entertainment Design in 2026. 

He is proud to have worked on the animated shorts "No Vacancy" (2024) and "Meat Cute" (2024), and seeks to add more films under his belt in the coming years. 

When he's not animating or studying movies, he enjoys playing grand strategy games and keeping up-to-date on world affairs.

Gustavo Hemstreet, Animator