At Only Ponies, we bring together deep technical knowledge with years of horsemanship experience. We speak both languages and share a passion for both horses and design.
With 20 years of experience in the field, and a passion for creative graphic solutions and effective project management, I pride myself on delivering quality projects on time with complete customer satisfaction. My professional background is in fine arts, graphic and web design, and I have worked at several corporate and nonprofit organizations including GlaxoSmithKline, IBM and most recently UNC-Chapel Hill.
I have strong interpersonal communication skills with an open adaptive style, which enables me to service customers who have a hard time articulating their vision. I maintain effectual relationships with former clients and vendors, and consistently meet deadlines on projects with high visibility and impact.
I bring a passion for creative graphic solutions and effective project management, and enjoy working with other equestrians and horse related businesses. I have 30 years of horsemanship experience, and have ridden and competed in hunters, dressage, and low level eventing.
Meg Daniels, of Mad Mad Productions, holds a BFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology, an MS from North Carolina State University, and an MFA in Documentary Filmmaking from Wake Forest University, making her a versatile artist who can provide unique videos and photographs for organizations and companies in need of branded content.
In 2005, she was the recipient of the Nancy Pollack award for outstanding scholarly research and the positive impact of graduate-level research on both the NC economy and the quality of life for its citizens. Upon finishing her MS, she taught part time at Central Carolina Community College in NC, multiple courses for UNC’s continuing education program, and Visual Storytelling for Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies’ certificate program. She spent five years teaching in the BFA in Photography program at the Art Institute of Raleigh-Durham.
Meg, her husband, and three dogs live in Pittsboro, NC.