Redmond set up his business in a house just outside Temple Bar called the George, which was previously used by Pynson for his own printing press. He then went on to adopt a similar device. Pynson did not regard this imitation as a form of flattery and in his 1525 edition of Lyttleton's Tenures he takes Redman roundly to the task, and two years later, in an edition of the Magna Charter he continues a strain of chiding abuse at his imitator. The earliest book known to have been printed by Redman, bears the date 1523. He is believed to have died no later than 1540.
Among his most notable works were
Fitzherbert's, Diuersite de Courtes, 1528