Originally from the Philadelphia area, Webber received a BFA (2001) from Tufts University in Medford, MA while concurrently studying at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, in Boston, MA. His MFA (2007) in Electronic Integrated Arts was received from Alfred University in Alfred, NY. Webber is now an Assistant Professor of Media Art at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where he teaches video, film, sound, installation and performance art. As an artist, Webber works primarily with time-based media and interactive installations. At the moment he is developing customized audiovisual performance instruments utilizing galvanic skin resistance and capacitance proximity sensors. In his spare time he creates analog synthesizers and makes electro-acoustic music.
From 2000-2004 Webber was Co-founder and Media Director of the Berwick Research Institute, a 501(c)(3) arts space where he curated and produced exhibitions and events. His work has been screened in various exhibitions including LOOP 08, LOOP International Festival for Video Art, Barcelona, Spain; iDiDX, International Digital In Development Expo Lafayette, LA; DÉRAPAGE 8 Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) - Québec, Canada; Delta International Film and Video Festival, Delta State University, Cleveland, MS; and "The Crackpot Theorists and Terminal Technology Show" MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, MA.