Icelandic alternative act Bjork made her mark at the inaugural U.K. Music Video Awards (MVAs) taking out three categories for her visionary video for 'Wanderlust' (One Little Indian).

The seven-minute video, directed by American team Encyclopedia Pictura, was awarded video of the year, best indie/alternative and best art direction.

Pop act Leona Lewis’ “Bleeding Love” (Syco/Sony BMG) won in the People's Choice category, the only award not judged by the industry panel. As reported on (Oct. 14), Lewis has also been voted to represent the U.K. and Ireland as Europe's favorite act at the upcoming MTV Europe Music Awards.

Best producer was handed to Grace Bodie of Partizan, who worked on videos including Duffy's "Warwick Avenue" and "Mercy" (Mercury). Partizan's Nima Nourizadeh also won on behalf of the company, his work with Hot Chip, Santogold, and Flight of the Conchords recognized in the best director category.

French director Romain Gavras came away with two trophies, best international video for his controversial clip for Justice's "Stress" (Ed Banger) and best cinematography in a video for The Last Shadow Puppets' "The Age of the Understatement" (Domino Recordings).

Justice, Kate Nash, Hop Chip, The Horrors, The Hoosiers and Supergrass were also among the evening's winners. Feature film director Jonathan Glazer was given the first MVA Icon Award for his work with Radiohead, Jamiroquai, Massive Attack and UNKLE.

The ceremony was hosted by comedian Adam Buxton and featured 20 awards for achievements in the U.K. music video industry. It was held Oct. 14 at London's Odeon West End.