The Drum's Scottish Creative Awards took place at Glasgow's Grand Central hotel last night, with The Union taking home the Grand Prix for its 'Breathe' campaign for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
The annual event celebrates the achievements of Scotland's most creative businesses and individuals, and is open to digital, design, PR and advertising agencies.
It was a good night for Edinburgh-based The Union which was also recognised in the Best Online Video/Film, Best Outdoor Campaign and Copywriting categories.
Scooping the Chairman's Award for its Butterfly Beats branding project was RRDCreative, while Best Press Campaign was jointly awarded to Threebrand and Tomatin Distillery's 'The Softer Side of the Highlands' ad, and the Herald and Times' 'Have an Opinion' by Guy & Co.
Entries were judged by an expert industry panel including OgilvyOne’s Rick Sear, Coley Porter Bell creative director, Stuart Humm and creative director at BigDog Agency, Tim Jarvis.
A full list of the winners can be found on the Scottish Creative Awards website, take a look below to view some of this year's prize work.