Terry is an award-winning filmmaker and certified Avid Master Editor with over twenty-nine years experience. AMERICAN ICON, a doc about NYC's Naked Cowboy, marked Lukemire’s directorial debut where he also fulfilled the roles of producer, cinematographer and editor. This was followed by THE KING OF KARAOKE, which won Best Comedy Short at the 2002 Hollywood Film Festival and LIMELIGHT, which premiered at the 2003 Seattle International Film Festival as one of only nine selections in the New American Cinema category. He has also developed several television projects including the sports-oriented doc-series AMERICAN FIGHTER starring UFC’s Rich Franklin and two back-to-back sports documentaries; REBOUND: A BASKETBALL STORY & 4192: THE CROWNING OF THE HIT KING. “4192” tells the playing career of one of MLB’s most controversial players, Pete Rose. It won Best Documentary Feature at the 2010 LA All Sports Film Festival and garnered critical acclaim. Lukemire’s narrative films as Editor includes, 7 BELOW, a supernatural thriller starring Val Kilmer and Ving Rhames; BLOOD HEIST, a grindhouse style action film starring James Franco and THE SILENT NATURAL, a historical biographical narrative about one of Major League’s first and greatest deaf baseball players, William “Dummy” Hoy. TRASH POLKA marked Lukemire’s return to the director’s chair, winning for Best Director and Best Editor at Cincinnati Winterfilm VI festival. He followed up with two more shorts, a comedy-heist "All In" and a thriller "With This Ring". In 2021, he returned to documentary filmmaking with “How We Lookin’?”, a documentary about the life and legendary career of Reds broadcaster Marty Brennaman and his latest in production, "The Pirates of Pinellas County". Finally, he is finishing up another short, "The Pivot", that will be making the rounds on the film festival circuit.