ABERDEEN Art Gallery was the setting for the 20th anniversary party of oil&gas consultant Genesis, whose worldwide empire includes main bases in London, Paris, Perth, Western Australia, and Aberdeen.
Cocktails were followed by dinner. However, this was no stuffy affair as the entertainment proved.
It was supplied by the Red Hot Strings, a duo of violin players from London.
Lisa Rollin and Eloise Prouse certainly hit the right note with guests, as did their costumes, which seemed to shrink as the evening went on.
Genesis managing director Keith Taylor travelled from London for the occasion and welcomed the company.