RW has worn many hats in the world of film production and new media, such as editor, producer, location scout, and post-production supervisor. Webb has worked on documentaries and feature films with directors William Klein, Darren Arronofsky and Hal Hartley, to name a few. Webb is especially interested in digital technology and how it's shaping next-gen filmmaking and film-going experiences. In her role as film curator for ArtPower!, she is inaugurating the Filmatic Festival (April 2014), a digitally-diverse festival that aims to blur the line between audience and artist. Webb also lectures in film production media and photography at UC San Diego. Her fine art photography work is exhibited in galleries in Boston, New York City, San Diego and various museums nation-wide.
BFA School of Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University
Graduate studies New York University's Studio Arts Program
ABOUT MY WORK
My work visually investigates the nature of relationships through the medium of photography, and the language of film and painting. I explore the dynamics between friends, families, and lovers, and the connection between identity and the places we inhabit.
My work also examines the chasm between how certain individuals see and represent themselves in ways that do not conform with societal expectations — “For nonconformity the world will whip you with its displeasure.” (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
Lenscratch online exhibition. Lenscratch.com. 2.15.2014
Fotovisura online featured image from Sutures, 12.4.2013
Review Santa Fe. Center, Santa Fe, NM. 2013. Juried Portfolio competition and invitation.
Photographers Network 2013: Selection 2013. Juried by Thomas Kellner, photographers:network, Germany; Ingrid Fischer Jonge, Fotomuseet, Denmark; Celina Lunsford, Fotografie Forum International, Germany; Sandra Phillips, Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, USA.
JDC Fine Art Gallery, San Diego, CA. Solo Show. Sutures: Stories with Seams. San Diego, CA. Curated by Gallery Director Jennifer DeCarlo. April/May 2012.
ZTARC, San Diego, CA. Masked/Unmasked. Curated by Justin Hudnall (So Say We All). 2011.
LACDA, Los Angeles, CA. Top 40 Juried Show. Juried by Rex Bruce. 2010.
The Loft. UCSD, La Jolla, CA. Celebrating Everybody. 2009.
Cooper Union, NY, NY. Indwelling. Juried by Joyce Tenneson. 2007.
Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA. Photo Slam. Sutures: Stories with Seams received Curator Award. 2007.
Media2Politic. http://www.media2politic.com. 2006.
Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA. 12th Annual Photo Show. Juried by Bonnie Benrubi. 2006.
South Shore Art Center, MA. Photography Now! Honorable mention. 2005.
Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepsie, NY. Photoworks ‘03. 2003.
Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA. Passion. Juried show. 2003.
1000 Faces. Private collection. Traveling exhibit. 2002.
Bakehouse Miami. Regular exhibitor (painting). 1991-93.
Actor Headshots. Editorials. Ongoing.
The Candidate by Sam Popkin. Portrait (inside book jacket). 2012.
Magazine work. Riveria Magazine. San Diego, CA. 2010.
Product shots for Harvard University Fair Trade research project with Professor Michael Hiscox. 2007.
Photo portraits of homeless women and children for PRA/COMPASS. 2004-2007.
Photo portrait of WCFIA director. Harvard University (“Director’s Hall of Fame”). 2003.
Documentary photographs for the Arlington Advocate. 2003.
Curated photography acquisitions. Harvard University. 2003.
FILM PRODUCTION EXPERIENCE
Director/Producer/Editor: Documentary: Archigram: The Amazing Adventures of Architecture during the age of Pop. In production stage.
Director/Producer: Behind the Scenes with David LaChapelle. Interview Magazine (Footage aired on Access Hollywood) 1999.
Assistant Producer: William Klein Documentary: The Messiah, Lighthouse USA. NY, NY. 1998
Post Production Supervisor/Assistant Editor: Documentary: Five Wives, Three Secretaries, and Me. Asset Pictures. NY, NY. 1997-98.
Assistant Editor: Feature Film: PI, Palestrini Productions. NY, NY. 1996-97.
Assistant Editor: News Series: Imaging America. Channel 13. NY, NY. 1997.
Co-Chair, Outside the Lens. June 2014-present
Outside the Lens is dedicated to a future where all youth will have the access to and education necessary to understand, evaluate and, most importantly, create media. Through photography, videography, and broadcast journalism, youth become engaged learners, and active participants in the classroom, the community, and ultimately the world.