- A chef with different hats
Vincent Lupiano, “There is no good writing, there is only good rewriting”
Vincent worked at IBM writing speeches for senior executives, producing and writing motivational films, videos, modules for business meetings, and crafting continuity for the prestigious Hundred Percent Clubs and Golden circle recognition events.
He also wrote and produced motivational modules and was managing editor of “Management Review” for IBM’s National Service Division.
As a freelance writer, he has written numerous proposals for New York City production companies seeking industrial shows for corporate recognition events. Some of those proposals were for Strauss Auto Stores, Marriott, AT&T, Cyanamid, Telephone Pioneers of America, Sprint, New Orleans Hospital, Hoffman-Larouche, and J.D. Edwards Worldwide Annual User Group Conference…
Vincent wrote two screenplays, one as writer-for-hire, and completed another screenplay, “Eagle’s Gold,” which is based on his novel with the same title.
He completed a TV documentary film proposal based on an air raid of American bombers, Romania oil fields in 1944. The proposal, geared toward The History Channel, is entitled “The Wings of Madness.” Using the pseudonym, Christopher Sloan, he wrote and published two novels: “In Search of Eagles,” and “On the Wings of Death.”
He co-wrote a year-by-year history of the United States— “It Was a Very Good Year” covers America’s pop culture from 1776 to 1993.
Co-wrote “Exploring IBM’s Brave New Internet Strategy: An Inside Look at Big Blue’s Vision for the Future of Computing,” which was one of the first books to explore what was then the beginning of the Internet; it was a ground-breaking book.