The C-360 Agency Adds Senior Graphic Designer and Illustrator Kay Fenton

The Team Is Growing!

The C-360 Agency, a full-service integrated communication agency specializing in marketing strategy, public relations, social media, digital strategy, and paid advertising, announced the hire of Kay Fenton as Senior Graphic Designer.

Based in Baltimore, Fenton has many years of experience as a graphic designer and illustrator and joins the agency from Kapowza, where she was a graphic designer.

Before transitioning to a career in graphic design, she studied painting at Maryland Institute College of Art and painted props professionally. She has worked with national brands, small businesses, start-ups, and non-profits. Her creative capabilities include branding, layout, web design, Adobe Creative Suite, illustration, HTML and CSS. When not working, Fenton spends her time hiking, drawing, and playing with her cat.

Michael DeMos, CEO of C-360 states: “Kay has an incredible capability to understand and process a client’s point of view and bring it to life in design. She understands how to stay on brand but push the limits to create stunning campaigns and collateral. We are proud to have Kay on our team!”

About the C-360 Agency

Based in Baltimore, the experienced C-360 team offers fractional CMO services, public relations and crisis communications; media planning and buying, including traditional and digital advertising; SEO (Search Engine Optimization); SEM (paid search and display); website design and development; creative services, including graphic design and copywriting; social media (paid and organic); event planning; photography and videography. For more information, visit


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