The Ask

Develop and execute an editorial video franchise that showcases what it means to be a fan of the WNBA.

What We Did

SEE ME created the inaugural four episodes of, “More Than A Fan” — a series that puts fans centercourt through storytelling that highlights their deep connection with their team and the WNBA community. With an intimate documentary crew helmed by female and non-binary DPs, SEE ME traveled to Los Angeles, NYC and Atlanta, shooting in arenas from to Braclays, to capture the stories of fans ranging from the ages of 18 to 72 years old.  SEE ME was honored to act as an extension of the WNBA’s in-house team throughout their 9 month partnership.

Our Alchemy 

Episodes were brought uniquely to life through a mixed media approach that combined fans' own archival footage accompanied by our live action capture. In this way each episode was shaped by our fans — not only in narrative, but also in visuals. This immersive approach honored the individual stories of fandom while creating a cohesive art direction for the series.


Talent: Deidree H. Golbourne, Carol Schneider-Yates & Dai Le Thompson, Viva Kreis, Markesha Henderson Director: Sara McDowell 

Agency & Production: SEE ME Creative

Executive Producer, SEE ME: Nicole Van Straatum

Creative Producer, SEE ME: Kimberly Goedhart Art Director: Ruth Kim

Editor: Casey Denton

Audio Mixing: Interlude Sounds

Colorist: Irving Harvey

New York Crew

DP: Kelsey Smith

1st AC: Chris Parente

Sound Op: Rick Elders

Production Assistant: Adam Morales

Los Angeles Crew

DP: Sara Kinney

1st AC: Bella Finn Parisot

Gaffer: Kate Ketcham

Sound Op: Ben Chan

Production Assistant: Maximilliano Garcia

Atlanta Crew

DP: Imani Dennison 

1st AC: Jennifer Rankine

Gaffer: Kate Ketcham

Sound Op: Jermaine Thomas

Production Assistant: Lance Rob, Lina Alsalam