Redin spent several days photographing on the set of “12 Mighty Orphans.” It was his final film as a full-time still photographer. Redin said he’ll work on some projects if they come up, such as a reported Johnny Unitas picture, but he’s considering himself semi-retired for the time being. Over the course of his 40-year career as a still photographer, Redin has worked on 85 films and collaborated with some of Hollywood’s biggest names. Robert Duval and Billy Bob Thornton are two of his intimate pals. When he’s on set, Redin’s timetable is the same as everyone else’s, despite his best efforts to remain out of the way. “I’ll cover pretty much whatever they’re filming, and I’ll build up a gallery for them,” she says. IMDB
In 1982, Redin made his first entrance into the film industry, and he hasn’t looked back since. He worked as a photographer for a number of sports films, including “Major League II” and “Rudy.” Redin remarked, “‘Rudy’ is definitely one of my favorite projects I’ve ever done.” “We were at Notre Dame for about four months, and it’s such a happy movie that turned out so well.” A handful of Redin’s other films stand out for various reasons. He worked on Mike Judge’s cult hit “Idiocracy,” which Redin described as the hardest laugh he’d ever had on site. He also traveled to Brazil to film “Anaconda.” He ran encountered a few of now-famous names while in the Miami airport.