THIS IS IT
This rehearsal picture was one of the 2 released after his death in late June.
I was asked to create a skyline of old NY on a hot summer day to be composited with stage elements.
LA Times Article
Cool article mentions the screen element I created for the tour.
"A second sequence is plotted around a high-tech tableau that was to have been the concerts' visual cornerstone: a 90-foot electronic scrim that Ortega refers to as "the world's largest high-definition 3-D video screen." A metal scaffolding designed to resemble the steel girders of a skyscraper in the process of being built looms in front of the digital projection of a New York cityscape; dancers, dressed as construction workers, lounge on its beams snapping their fingers. The sequence, conjured up by Jackson, is an homage to Lewis Hine, a turn-of-the-century photographer whom the pop icon admired."