The bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip and all of its manufactured offerings can really make you want to get the hell out of the place. Days turn into nights quickly and unknowingly as you become blinded by the entrancing glow of the city's artificial lights.
Yet this small city that breeds sensory overload, is surrounded by barren nothingness for hundreds of miles in every direction. Only a few blocks outside of the city starts the vast and elusive desert isolation. In this short piece "Ten Fifty Eight" by director Ryan Allan, Cam Sedlick skates around Vegas well into the midnight hour and discovers a whole new type of urban isolation. Allan does a great job of telling a story visually while only utilizing Sedlick’s skating and the Vegas landscape to build the narrative.