We are not a factory. We know effective media is not mass-produced on an assembly line. We listen to and learn from our clients, tailoring each production to address your specific needs.
Sprocket is a full-service media production company. We specialize in media that fulfills our client’s business needs and makes a lasting connection with their audience. Our work appears on a television screen, computer screen, mobile device, kiosk or video wall.
Sprocket’s main facility is located in Richmond, VA. There we have all the toys we need to create pretty cool video products.
Because we love this stuff. We love creating media that gets noticed, makes a difference, and has impact.
We love to share our work. If you want to see more, just ask!
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The US Fish and Wildlife Service has a simple message. Get Outside and Go Wild! Using original footage shot by Sprocket and client-provided stock footage we edited this up tempo video. We added in a little text and graphic overlays to enhance the visual appeal and the messaging. The client was stoked with the final
Sometimes you get the opportunity to produce a video on a subject close to your heart. For us and many others in Richmond, that’s BEER! We were fortunate enough to hook up with the guys at Vasen Brewing Company to produce their first promotional video. Along the way we drank a few beers and made some
What sets one accounting firm apart from the rest? Is it the calculators or slide rules they use? No, its the people and how that company treats those people. Keiter came to Sprocket Media Works to tell their story. A story that was best told by the employees. For this video we combine dynamic interviews with drone
Tony Markel, Vice Chairman of Markel Corporation was being honored with an award from the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation in Richmond, VA. As is customary at award dinners a tribute video was to be shown to celebrate the recipient. Our friends at Markel called us to produce the video. The video was crafted from interviews of
St. Joseph’s Villa needed to raise money to update the facilities of their historic campus. They called upon our friends at 93 Octane to assist with the communications and branding and Sprocket to assist with the video production. The video was connected and written by 93 Octane to fit with their “Rise Up” theme. Sprocket handed
How do we produce a video that appeals to the students looking for the right law school? That is just the question that the University of Richmond School of Law asked. The answer? Depart from the standard stuffy voiceover and off camera interview technique. Tell the story using the people that are there and those
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ABB Power Protection needed to produce a series of videos to promote their new UPS (uninterruptible power supply) the Conceptpower DPA 500. They called upon Sprocket Media Works for the project. Sprocket provided concept development, scripting, 2D/3D animation, location production, editing and finishing. Starting with a stack of technical documents and a few conversations with the
Southwest Gas needed to explain their EEP Weather Adjustment to their customers. SWG called Lyons PR and they called Sprocket to create the animation. Lyons provided us with the script and we pitched them on an idea to use practical props with animation. The tabletop, props, and hands were shot in 4K at Sprocket. This
Pre-roll animation for Portrait Innovations Springtime promotion
What does it take to sell high-end luxury apartments? High-end, beautiful video of course. The owners of Modera44 called upon Sprocket Media Works to craft a video highlighting the property for prospective tenants. Since a picture is worth 1000 words and video is worth exponentially more, we decided not to use a voiceover and let
Sprocket Media Works worked with Think804 to create this animated video for the United Way Community Impact Fund. Jason St. Peter and his team at Think804 designed the creative for the web and print applications then chose Sprocket for the animated video production. Sprocket brought life to the script and creative look provided by Think804. The result is an informative, creative and cost-effective communication tool for the United Way.
Sprocket Media Works had the awesome pleasure of producing Rosie Soul Band’s music video for their latest release, “Rocket“. Rosie’s live shows are amazing with lots of energy and crowd interaction. For this reason we decided that a performance video would be the perfect way to go. Rosie’s fans are fanatical so of course we wanted to