Edie has performed in music videos and as a back up dancer for artists such as Sasha Velour, Amanda Lepore, Zola Jesus, and Madonna Impersonator Chris America! Edie can be found on Youtube as Comedy Central's "Succubus"; and appears on occasion in Taylor Mac's magical 24 Decades of Popular Music. In 2011 she joined the opening cast of Absinthe at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, which won Best New Show and is still selling out today.
As a contemporary dancer Edie has worked with New York based choreographers Vanessa Walters, Mathew Dailey, Stanley Love, Greg Zuccolo, Glen Rumsey, Julie Atlas Muz, Liz Santoro, Kraig Patterson, and AUNTS among others, and performed Deborah Hay's solo NEWS at the Whitney Museum of American Art. She has worked on European based projects with Boris Charmatz, Robert Stejn, and Ann Crossett; and in 2010 won a highly competitive Dance WEB scholarship to Impulstanz in Vienna.
Of her performance of Deborah Hay's solo NEWS at the Whitney Museum of American Art the New York Times wrote: (Edie's) " vivid presence and suggestion of lurking humor gave the brief solo the look of an excursion by Bette Midler into avant-garde performance art."