Creative thinking: Images from goNorth in Inverness
What is described as Scotland's leading creative industries festival has taken place in Inverness.
First launched in 2001, goNorth began in Aberdeen before relocating to Dundee and then the Highland capital.
The event has talks, workshops, screenings of short films, gigs and a fashion show.
Held annually, goNorth brings together people working in broadcasting, gaming, music, fashion, film and publishing.
An event called Meet the Broadcast, Broadsheet and Tabloid Journalists was held in Inverness Town House with Siobhan Synott, Alan Morrison, Nicola McAlley, Drew Farrell and Paul English on the panel.
Games industry veteran Gary Penn and novelist Christopher Brookmyre talked about gaming at another of the festival's events.
Swedish band Pale Honey, who had a gig in the Market Bar, were among the acts that travelled from overseas to perform at goNorth.
Norwegian punk band Hold Fast played at Hootananny.
The festival's fashion show featured designs by Fort William's Judy R Clark, also Jen Deschenes, Kirsteen Stewart, Hilary Grant, Gilly Langton, Karen Mabon, Catriona MacAllister and Nonchalant.
The runway show was held in the Ironworks.