(written from a Production point of view)
Webb started his career working as music assistant on the crime thriller Out for Justice (1991, with music editor John LaSalandra), as apprentice music editor on the horror sequel Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991), and as assistant music editor on the horror film The Dark Half (1993, with John LaSalandra and orchestrator Jeff Atmajian) and the thriller Dream Lover (1993). He then worked as music editor on the crime drama Street Knight (1993), the television thriller The Disappearance of Christina (1993), the comedy The Big Green (1995, starring Olivia d'Abo), the thriller Diabolique (1996, with John LaSalandra and orchestra contractor Sandy DeCrescent), Wes Craven's horror film Scream (1996), the action adventure Six Days Seven Nights (1998), the pilot episode of The Sopranos (1999), the comedy Edtv (1999), and the romance Three to Tango (1999).
Further credits as music editor include the crime comedy The Whole Nine Yards (2000), the musical Chicago (2002) for which he received a Golden Reel Award in the category Best Sound Editing in a Feature - Music - Musical in 2003, the romance A Home at the End of the World (2004), the comedy The Groomsmen (2006), the drama The Good Shepherd (2006), the comedy The Nanny Diaries (2007), the comedy Soul Men (2008), the romance Adventureland (2009), the comedy Taking Woodstock (2009), and the thriller Carriers (2009, starring Chris Pine).
In 2002, he worked as producer, writer and director on the fantasy film The Tower and in 2006 as co-director and co-producer on the short drama Helen at Risk.
More recently, Webb worked as music editor on the sport comedy Win Win (2011), the sport drama Warrior (2011, starring Tom Hardy), the comedy The Sitter (2011), the comedy Bachelorette (2012, with Kirsten Dunst), the comedy Lola Versus (2012), and the drama Not Fade Away (2012, with Christopher McDonald).