On Set Photos: Ghede Origins – Other People’s Pictures


I posted some photos my grandma took around the set of Ghede Origins, and then I found a bunch more that other people published. Here are some that other people took and posted on Facebook. Great people to work with!

On the set of Ghede Origins

Ashla Soter, Cassie Shea Watson, Taylor Ernzen and Kameron Badgers on the set of Ghede Origins. Photo by Oksana Cobb

Kameron Badgers on the set of Ghede Origins

This is me on the set of Ghede Origins. I’m supposed to look just a little scared at something I hear outside. Photo by Allan Tsybulnik.

On the set Ghede Origins

My on-screen mom, Cassie Shea Watson, had to touch-up my bruise so it looked “older”. Photo by Oksana Cobb.

On the set Ghede Origins

In this scene, my on-screen mom (Cassie Shea Watson) has just noticed the bite mark/bruise on my arm. She’s on her way to work, so she tells my “big sister” (Ashla Soter) to bandage it for me. My other on-screen sister (Taylor Ernzen) is mostly obscured in this photo — sorry Taylor! Photo by Oksana Cobb.

On the set Ghede Origins

The cameras and lighting and sound equipment are in a doorway, and on one side of the room, but they’re on wheels so they can move around when they need to. This is a great crew to work with, and the director Vincent Moctezuma is super. Photo by Oksana Cobb.

On set Ghede Origins

This is me and Taylor Ernzen goofing around during rehearsal. They told us to act like brother and sister — so we did! In real life I only have one big sister (and one baby sister), and I think I’m glad I don’t have two older sisters in real life the way I do in this movie. Photo by Oksana Cobb.

On set Ghede Origins

Yes, that’s me in a robot costume. That is all. Photo by Oksana Cobb.

2 thoughts on “On Set Photos: Ghede Origins – Other People’s Pictures

  1. I saw your blog named “On Set Photos: Ghede Origins – Other People’s Pictures | Kameron Rie Badgers.”

    How did you get to be an actor? You are the same age I am, and my mom says I am too young. She says it costs a lot of money for kids to do stuff like you do.

  2. Hi, Tia —

    Thanks for stopping by! It does cost money for the classes, and to travel to auditions. But it doesn’t cost money to get an agent or to audition. There are companies that advertise on Radio Disney and other places that say they run “open casting calls”, and then when you get there they try to charge your parents a lot of money to “market” you.

    They make it sound like they can help you become an actor, but it isn’t true. Tell your mom to check out a website called http://www.bizparentz.org/ or to read my grandma’s blog about how to help your kid become an actor. http://debmcalister.com/2013/12/09/are-casting-hub-its-cousins-fooling-would-be-child-stars/

    Being an actor is fun, but it is hard work. You hear “no thank you” a lot more often than you hear, “You’ve been cast.” I don’t know if I will keep doing this when I’m older, but for now I’m having a lot of fun, and earning enough money to put some aside for college.

    I hope you get to do it, too, if it’s what you want. Thanks again for visiting my blog!

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