CANNIBAL CORPSE Bassist's Wife Launches Photography Web Site
Alison Webster, the wife of CANNIBAL CORPSE bassist Alex Webster, has launched a photography web site featuring concert and promotional photos. Check it out at this location.
Alison Webster has been an avid photographer and music fan for many years and decided to combine these two pursuits into Aly WebStar Photography. Encouraged by her husband, Alison has dived head first into the world of concert photography and has already begun making a name for herself.
Alison's photos are exceptional because they are taken with the eye of someone who is truly passionate about music and the musicians who make it.
Alison has been involved with many types of photography over the years, from nature and travel to portraits and animals. This experience in combination with her enthusiasm for live music has made the transition to concert photography a smooth one.
In addition to concert photography, Alison has also had experience photographing musicians for promotional shots and in the recording studio. She is currently looking for bands to photograph in a variety of situations including but not limited to live, studio, and promotional settings.
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