Vicky Scott paints an adorable whale tail as part of Brighton's 2015 Whalefest.
The event takes place this weekend (14th-15th March) in Brighton Centre and is a campaign to keep whales and dolphins in the wild rather than in captivity. Vicky and the other artists involved were given a blank tail and a short biography about the orca whose story their tail needed to represent. Vicky says "...mine was a baby orca called Kamea whose family came from the warm tropical Atlantic". The tails will be on display this weekend and are being auctioned for charity too. Find out more here.