Music icon David Bowie, who died in January 2016, has dominated the Brit music awards - winning Best British Male Artist and Best British Album of the Year.
The best album award was collected by Bowie's son, filmmaker Duncan Jones, who praised his late father for supporting artists on the fringe.
"He's always been there supporting people who think they're a little bit weird or a little bit strange," Jones said.
"This award is for all the kooks and all the people who make the kooks."
'Kooks', featured in the album Hunky Dory, was a tune Bowie made for his son when he was young.
Bowie's final, award-winning album Blackstar was released two days before his death.
Actor Michael C. Hall collected the best British Male Solo Artist award for Bowie, joking: "If David could be here tonight, he probably wouldn't be here tonight."
He was "a man beholden to nothing but his own boundless imagination", Hall said.