Peter Webb started out as an ad photographer in the 1960s. He's best known for his photoshoot of the Rolling Stones for their 1971 album Sticky Fingers. An outtake from the session entitled "Falling Stones" was voted by Q magazine as one of the top 100 best Rock & Roll photographs of all time.
Webb founded his own commercial production company, Park Village, in 1972. Over the next 3 decades, Park Village won the Palme D'Or twice at Cannes as the top commercials company world wide and Webb has won over 50 of the premier National and International Commercials awards.
In 1982 he was hired by Paul McCartney to direct a one-hour TV special entitled Give My Regards To Broad Street, based on a McCartney penned 22-page storyline. Broad Street, subsequently expanded to attract a 70-minute network sale, was sold in mid-production by Harvey Weinstein to 20th Century Fox and released theatrically worldwide. With Golden Globe and BAFTA Nominations for Best Original Song for "No More Lonely Nights," Broad Street has returned as a best-selling Fox DVD, allowing a younger audience to enjoy the live performance of McCartney's most famous Beatles, Wings and solo McCartney compositions.