Corporate Training Videos
Our reputation as a trusted video production partner extends to corporate and government clients in Washington DC, Virginia, and Maryland. Time and again, organizations have turned to Cocklins Digital for their video production needs, relying on our expertise, reliability, and commitment to excellence.
We produced a corporate video for Evapco, a global company that designs and installs evaporative cooling systems. The goal was to highlight their global presence and values through interviews with employees. Cocklins oversaw the entire production process, including scriptwriting, equipment provision, Graphics, and editing. The video has been well-received worldwide, engaging potential clients and promoting the company effectively.
Cocklins created a recruitment video for Southern Maryland Electric Company (SMECO) to attract young engineers. The video highlighted the positive work environment, mobility, work flexibility, great benefits, and social responsibility at SMECO. It showcased scenes from Southern Maryland, emphasized employee work/life balance, and featured the CEO. Drone footage illustrated SMECO's engineering and operations, while the theme "small enough to be personal, big enough to make a difference" resonated with viewers. The video successfully generated increased job applicants for SMECO.
Cocklins created a recruitment video for Signals Matter, a financial advice website founded by Tom Lott and Matt Piepenburg. The video showcased their expertise and highlighted their values, using nautical imagery and Washington settings. The project involved scriptwriting, filming, and editing, resulting in a highly praised video that is now featured on the Signals Matter website.
2017 Communicator Awards Excellence Film / Video-Recruitment for Film / Video / Television.
2017 Telly Awards Silver General-Recruitment for Non-Broadcast Productions
Cocklins created a recruitment video for Catholic Chaplains in the military. The video emphasized the availability and dedication of chaplains, showcased their role in providing spiritual and emotional support, and highlighted their presence in various military settings. Filming took place at the Archdiocese Headquarters, with a green screen used for backgrounds. The video received enthusiastic praise for its Certainly! The project utilized the Parallax Effect, which is a technique commonly employed in the film industry. Parallax refers to the apparent displacement of an observed object caused by a change in the observer's position.