Redmond's visual practice combines the use of constructed narrative with a curiosity in what it means to be a young woman in the 21st century.
Redmond's interests are rooted in contemporary, cultural issues and to date, she has largely photographed young adults, examining issues related to growing up in the digital age. In her In Real Life series, Redmond's story tells of young women "in search of an ideal body" and combines qualitative sociological research with studio portraiture which culminated in a solo show in Vancouver, Canada, and a group show on the billboards of Times Square, New York.
Redmond graduated with a Masters in Gender, Media and Culture from Goldsmiths University of London in 2016 and is currently balancing her professional practice as a photographer and designer for international development agency Self Help Africa with her own academic interests and fine art practice, based out of A4 Studios, Dublin.
In June 2016, Redmond presented a work-in-progress, Saving Face, to an international audience of academics and visual practitioners at the University of Lillehammer, Norway, where she discussed the significance of visual and inventive methodologies when engaging in academic work concerning photography.
Her focus on visual methodologies led her take to the stage again at The International Conference of Photography and Theory in Cyprus in December 2016 to share another body of work, Selfies and Snaps, which explored how contemporary photography apps use race and gender to constitute what is considered normal and ideal. She will also travel to Montreal, Canada, this summer to present this work at the International Visual Sociology Conference at Concordia University.