Screen Idol

Tel 07876 228 254

Words on writing

Favourite quote today, from Elmore Leonard’s 10 rules on writing: No. 10 “Try to leave out the parts that readers tend to skip.”

About us


“Our words have wings, but fly not where we would.”
George Eliot

Well, that´s one way of putting it…

Screen Idol is a very happy company!  In all our business divisions, we love what we do, because we only work with the nicest clients and on the most interesting projects.  Life is surely too short for anything else.

Lots of our clients are companies or individuals we have worked with for years, so we know their business and their operating style in great depth. That means they can come back to us time and again with absolute confidence that we can pick up where we left off last time and help them with whatever they need. When you know how people work, and you keep in touch with them throughout their business development, working with them is always interesting, fun and rewarding on all sides. That’s why we enjoy our work and we enjoy our clients – and it’s why they keep coming back to us as well as referring new clients!

We are also delighted to have been working as volunteers for some years now for some fantastic charitable causes that include the Battle of Britain London Monument (click here for the site) where both Sharon and Steve Pink are part of the Friends organisation, the Heath Robinson Museum in Pinner Memorial Park, north-west London (website here), Hillingdon Chamber of Commerce where Sharon is a director and vice-chair (website here.), Pinner Association, Pinner Rotary, Pinner Business Club and many other local and national charitable organisations.        

To find out more about how we can help your business, contact us today through our Contact page or phone 07876 228254

Sharon Pink

Sharon Pink, Screen Idol founder and director

Screen Idol Ltd Company registration number 3726113 
VAT number 802 7690 32
Registered office 201 Haverstock Hill Belsize Park London NW3 4QG

From our favourite quotes: Andre Gide: “Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.”

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“That’s all we have, finally, the words, and they had better be the right ones.”  (Raymond Carver)