Los Angeles, CA — This past summer, Frater Spencer Haberman of the Epsilon-Beta chapter at the University of Tampa took another step toward his future as he interned on the set of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (RHBH).
After countless searches for summer internships Haberman was introduced to members of Evolution Media and after an interview, he was offered the position.
Haberman served as a Production Intern for RHBH which he described as “one of the best experiences of my life.” He was thrilled at doing something new each day; from being on location in Beverly Hills to being in the production office prepping the gear to go out, helping with post production and filing release form paperwork. “I worked closely with the Director of Photography on location and worked with the Post Producer to learn more about editing and creating graphics,” Haberman said.
There is nothing Haberman loves more than telling a story and being active and on location with his job, and thanks to this internship he was able to do both. “I want to end up in the film industry working behind the camera being a creative technical mind,” Haberman said.
Haberman was able to learn the professional work flow of reality television shows which allowed him to have a better understanding of the film industry. He was also able to enhance the skills he already had like communication and leadership.
“Being in a fraternity is all about leadership, dedication, and communication. All three of these aspects are something that translates directly into the film industry,” Haberman said. “Learning to work as a team and communicate to the fullest is something that TKE has not only taught me but has instilled in my life. Working alongside with incredible bosses and amazing co-workers, it truly made for a great learning experience that will help me further my career in the film industry.”
As the 6th season of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills aired on Bravo starting December 1st, you can be sure to see Frater Haberman’s name in the credits. Also look out for the feature film “The Infiltrator”(2016) starring Bryan Cranston as you might see his name at the end there too.
Originally Published on TKE.org
Photo courtesy of Spencer Haberman