More than 800 members of the city's business community came together last at the ICC to celebrate the 15th Birmingham Young Professional of the Year Awards.
Katie Kershaw, a urban design and heritage consultant with Node Urban Design in Birmingham, was named overall BYPY after winning the property and construction category.
After the award were handed out, guests hit the dance floor at the ICC and took the chance to capture the evening with a specially made picture frame created by the Birmingham Post in association with The Mailbox.
The gallery above shows guests at the black tie dinner which recognises leading talent in business and professional services across six different categories alongside the leaders of tomorrow in the aspiring talent award for 16 to 24 year olds.
The other winners were: Sarah Bennett, Deutsche Bank (finance); Verity Stokes, Katie Bard (HR, recruitment and training); Rachel Seaton, Shoosmiths (legal); Tom Cullen, I CHOOSE Birmingham (marketing and communications); Simon Kaguramamba, Action Starter (technology) and Lewis Sinclair Parry, Aston University (aspiring talent).