Obongjayar also picked up an award for the Never Change video.
The UK Music Video Awards took place on Tuesday, celebrating the best music videos. FKA Twigs was the big winner, taking home the Best Artist category. Her video for Cellophane picked up the trophy for Best Alternative Video alongside technical awards for Best Editing, Visual Effects and Cinematography. The video, a collaboration with visionary director Andrew Thomas Huang, combines the director’s well-known skills in visual effects with Twigs’ astonishing ability as a pole dancer and all-round performer.
Meanwhile, Stormzy’s Vossi Bop got the nod for Best Video, with director Henry Scholfield picking up the Best Director category in the process. Luke Moran-Morris picked up the Best Production Design category for the second time in three years with the video for Loyle Carner Ottolenghi – a woozy train-ride-cum-day-dream with layers of twists.
Elsewhere, director Duncan Loudon also continued his rise to prominence after last year’s success with Flohio by being named Best New Director and picking up an award for Obongjayar‘s Never Change. Rosalia, Ashnikko and A$AP Rocky also took home awards on the night.
For the full list of winners head to the UK Music Video Awards website.