tear sheet
ˈter ˌSHēt/
plural noun: tearsheets
  1. a page that can be or has been removed from a newspaper, magazine, or book for use separately.


A collection of Fashion Tearsheets from both commercial and editorial assignments,  from childrenswear to womanswear to athleticwear,  which even included photographing several sports stars like Kirk Muller and Gary Carter.  Assignments were shot from Montreal to Toronto to Miami Beach and place in between. Tearsheets are included in portfolios to show to prospective clients. While many have been lost to a variety of mishaps,  attempts are underway to track down some of the missing pages. 


Self-Promotional Pieces

A big part of generating contracts and clientele, was putting out self-promotional brochures and postcards used as hand outs to entice potential fashion clients.