Music Video Award Winners

The seventh Music Video Awards took place in London Monday night and there are some right babes within the bunch of winners. The event sets out to highlight and celebrate the technical geniuses and creative masterminds behind the UK’s, and international artists, music videos.

The Music Video Awards work to shine a spotlight on the next wave of music video making, ever so talented souls by noticing budget videos. Bringing together a mixture of professions, genres of music and a whole range of talents proves the Music Video Awards to be an event worth celebrating. Here’s a pick of the best music videos the awards had to offer(!!!)

Paolo Nutini – Iron Sky video picked up Best Pop Video and Best Cinematography in a Video for Iron Sky. Directed by Daniel Wolfe.

Best Alternative Video (UK) Winner was Atoms For Peace – Before Your Very Eyes. Directed by Andrew Thomas Huang.

Last Night in Paris – Pure won Best Urban Video (UK), which was directed by Karim Huu Do.

The Best Pop Video, on a budget, was The Correspondents – Fear and Delight. Directed by Naren Wilks.

Kid Wise – Hope and director Truman & Cooper won the Best Rock Video on a budget.

Best Art Direction and Design in a Video was in OK Go – Writing’s On The Wall. Where the art director was Ethan Tobman.

The Best Choreography in a Video was Peace – Money, which was choreographed by Supple Nam.

Brooke Candy – Opulence and stylist Nicola Formichetti took the prize for Best Styling in a Video.

VFX Artist: Adam Watson / Richard C Thomas / Annie Rowland / Bernardo Varela / Micheal Walton @ Electric Theatre Collective were involved in Alt-J – Hunger Of The Pine picking up the Best Visual Effects in a Video award.

James – Moving On won Best Animation in a Video, which was animated by Ainslie Henderson and Michael Huges.

Words: Eliza Frost