Last Shadow Puppets, Kate Nash and Supergrass also bag gongs

Bjork won three prizes at the UK Video Music Awards last night (October 14).

The Icelandic singer’s track ‘Wanderlust’ won Video Of The Year, Best Indie Alternative Video and Best Art Direction at the awards, which honour excellence in UK music video production.

Other winners at the ceremony, which was held at the Odeon West End in London and presented by comedian Adam Buxton, included Kate Nash for Best Pop Video for ‘Foundations’ and The Last Shadow Puppets, who won Best Cinematography In A Video for ‘The Age Of The Understatement’.

Elsewhere, Justice won Best International Video for ‘Stress’ and Supergrass‘Bad Blood’ won Best Rock Video.

The full list of winners is as follows:

Video Of The Year: Bjork – ‘Wanderlust’

Best Art Direction In Video: Bjork – ‘Wanderlust’

Best Cinematography In A Video: The Last Shadow Puppets – ‘The Age Of The Understatement’

Best Editing In A Video: Hot Chip – ‘Ready For The Floor’

Best Styling In A Video: The Hoosiers – ‘Cops And Robbers’

Best Telecine In A Video: KT Tunstall – ‘If Only’

Best Visual Effects In A Video: The Horrors – ‘She Is The New Thing’

Best International Video: Justice – ‘Stress’

The People’s Choice Award: Leona Lewis – ‘Bleeding Love’

Best Pop Video: Kate Nash – ‘Foundations’

Best Rock Video: Supergrass – ‘Bad Blood’

Best Indie/Alternative Video: Bjork – ‘Wanderlust’

Best Dance Video: Utah Saints – ‘Something Good 08’

Best Urban Video: Kano – ‘Hustler’

Best Budget Video: Example – ‘Me And Mandy’

The Icon Award: Jonathan Glazer (Academy Films)