Due to lack of widespread array imaging techniques in the THz range, point detector applications coupled with spatial modulation schemes are being investigated using compressive sensing (CS) techniques. CS algorithms coupled with innovative spatial modulation schemes which allow the control of pixels on the image plane from which the light is focused onto single pixel THz detector has been shown to rapidly generate images of objects. Using a CS algorithm, the image of an object can be reconstructed rapidly. Using a multiplied Schottky diode based multiplied millimeter wave source working at 113 GHz, a metal cutout letter F, which served as the target was illuminated in transmission. The image is spatially discretized by laser machined, 10 x 10 pixel metal apertures to demonstrate the technique of spatial modulation coupled with compressive sensing. The image was reconstructed by modulating the source and measuring the transmitted flux through the metal apertures using a Golay cell. Experimental results were compared to reference image to assess reconstruction performance using. 2 index. It is shown that a satisfactory image is reconstructed below the Nyquist rate which demonstrates that after taking into account the light intensity distribution at the image plane, compressive sensing is an advantageous method to be employed for remote sensing with point detectors.