Web Design Steve Nallon Artist

 

Project overview

Steve Nallon is a widely respected and well know impersonator, actor and all round comic satirist to name but a few of his skills. Steve is probably best known for his comic roles on the hit TV show Spitting Image where he became the benchmark for Baroness Thatcher impersonations something that even after her passing Steve is still in demand for.

Away from Spitting Image Steve is regularly invited to work for voice over’s and interviews on a wide range of jobs/matters within his field of work.

When setting out how the site would look and feel Steve had a clear mindset of how he felt his work would be best delivered to his fan base and prospective employers. From the first draft to the current state of the site Steve has had a strong input of the look of the site while we supplied the functionality and insight on how to go about the project.

The finished website includes as multitude of examples of Steve’s work from the Spitting Image and Thatcher era to his most recent work on voice over’s. To help Steve communicate with his website audience and the wider social media sphere, a blog and social media integration have been added into the final site. From here Steve not only delivers his thoughts but also offers an insight into how the art of impersonating and theatre preparation can be best approached.

Website Screenshots

 
9 August 2014, 8:57 am
 

Steve Nallon: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about A Christmas Carol * (*But were always afraid to ask)

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about  A Christmas Carol *      (*But were always afraid to ask)

Once upon a time – of all the good days in the year, on Christmas Eve – old Scrooge sat busy in his counting-house… A CHRISTMAS CAROL is one of best known stories in the world. It is the archetypal...

 
9 August 2014, 8:57 am
 

Steve Nallon: Charles Dickens and the Characters of A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Charles Dickens and the Characters of A CHRISTMAS CAROL

  Shakespeare’s quill created some of the most stunning representatives of humanity – Lear, Hamlet, Othello – but it was Charles Dickens who gave us people. The tragic heroes of Shakespeare are...

 
31 July 2014, 4:44 pm
 

Steve Nallon: STAR WARS: Return of the Voice Clone

STAR WARS: Return of the Voice Clone

  Putting together this short selection of voices took me back to when I first saw STAR WARS on its original theatrical release in 1977. I was sixteen. Pretty much the perfect age! I could enjoy the spectacle but...

 
14 July 2014, 1:07 pm
 

Steve Nallon: The Man with the Female Voice

The Man with the Female Voice

A question that often comes up is “Why do you do so many women?” I used to be a bit defensive about this, pointing out that Stanley Baxter did lots of female voices too, notably the Queen, and even Mike Yarwood...

 
20 June 2014, 8:46 am
 

Steve Nallon: Looking at Some of the Great Character Voices in the HARRY POTTER Film Series

Looking at Some of the Great Character Voices in the HARRY POTTER Film Series

  My 16 voices the from the HARRY POTTER film series that can be heard on the video are: Richard Harris as Professor Albus Dumbledore Dame Maggie Smith as Professor Minerva McGonagall Alan Rickman as Professor Severus...

 
31 March 2014, 8:56 am
 

Steve Nallon: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the ODYSSEY* (*But Were Always Afraid to Ask)

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the ODYSSEY* (*But Were Always Afraid to Ask)

    What is the ODYSSEY? The ODYSSEY is an epic poem of just over 12,000 lines. It is written in an ancient form of Greek that would have appeared to be from a bygone age even to the dramatists of the...

 
24 March 2014, 5:58 pm
 

Steve Nallon: CISSIE AND ADA – A look back at the UK Tour plus an analysis of the comedy of Les Dawson’s and Roy Barraclough’s ‘Cissie and Ada’ characters

CISSIE AND ADA – A look back at the UK Tour plus an analysis of the comedy of Les Dawson’s and Roy Barraclough’s ‘Cissie and Ada’ characters

                  ‘CISSIE AND ADA: AN HYSTERICAL RECTOMY’ You could feel the warmth of the audience for Cissie and Ada as soon as Eric Potts and I walked onto The Lowry theatre stage....

 
23 February 2014, 1:57 pm
 

Steve Nallon: SPITTING IMAGE: Just Spit or Real Satire?

SPITTING IMAGE: Just Spit or Real Satire?

  SPITTING IMAGE had been going about a month or so and I was having lunch with the producer John Lloyd. John was rarely cross and even when he was it came out more as exasperation. That day John was very...