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Coulson Macleod is a small creative design studio based in the market town of Kettering, UK.


Our products are designed to be ‘a little bit different’. From fold-out concertina cards to marble plaques & wooden prints - each item strives to be interesting & unique. 


Using a mix of cutting-edge technology & traditional artisan methods, our five-strong team design, print, & hand-finish the majority of our products in-house.


We source locally whenever possible, use FSC-approved materials and recycle or reuse everything we can - from the ink cartridges in our printers to the postal boxes used to pack orders. 


The 'Coulson' half of the business - Mark comes up with the designs. As a graphic designer for over 25 years he is responsible for the creative side of the business. He sources and works closely with all our suppliers and generally makes sure that the idea in his head becomes a reality. He also seems to make all the tea for some reason.



The 'Macleod' half of the business - Hannah looks after trade accounts. With a background in PR and copywriting she loves a bit of social media. She also drinks an awful lot of tea.

Which Mark makes. 



Shell is our Artworker - if you've ordered a personalised card or print then Shell will have added in your names and dates. She's also constantly thinking up great new designs (even in her sleep). Shell loves a good biscuit - particularly ginger nuts. She hates tomato ketchup with a vengeance. 



Danielle is our Content Manager and makes us look great online with her amazing photography and technical know-how. If you've read our blog, seen us on Instagram, or follow us on Facebook then that's thanks to Danielle. She loves heavy metal music.



Natalie is our Studio Assistant who's responsible for keeping the warehouse running smoothly. Natalie's a dab hand at packing and dispatching your orders. Prior to joining CM, she'd never eaten a mince pie (much to the horror of the rest of the team). Whilst she's not keen on mince pies, she does love white chocolate.