Before her contribution to HiT, she was nominated for BATFA as the producer of Pongwiffy and a 25 minute animated adaptation of Harry Horse's "The Last Polar Bears". Christopher Skala worked alongside Edwards until Season 15, and Karen Barnes has worked alongside Edwards as of Blue Mountain Mystery. After Michael Carrington was hired as the "executive in charge of production" for the show in Season 18, she had to report to him.
In 2011, she was also nominated for the Beyond the Call of Duty Award for executive producer in children's entertainment.
She left HiT Entertainment in August 2014 after working for the company for six years. Edward Catchpole took over her role as executive producer until he left HiT Entertainment in August 2015 and was succeeded by Christopher Keenan. She worked for Dreamworks Animation until December 2016 and she returned to Mattel Creations in December 2017 as a consultant.
- She, Gerard Foster, Louise Kramskoy, Jo Jordan, David Menkin and Bob Golding all work on "Noddy, Toyland Detective".
- She, Albert Cohen, Ian McCue, Christopher Keenan, Erica Welch, Andrew Defty, Karen Davies, Thomas Holborow, Steven Kynman, Christopher Skala, Michelle Rodda, Jan Page, Lee Pressman, Helen Farrall, John Hasler, Ross Hastings, Laura Beaumont, Paul Larson, Miranda Larson, Karen Davidsen, Karen Barnes, Lenora Hume, Sam Barlow, Andrew Brenner, Dave Ingham, Simon Nicholson, Jocelyn Stevenson, Sharon Quick, Pete Atkin, Fiona Hardwick, Lorna Withrington, Finn Poncin, Lizzie Ennever, Prokhor Chekhovskoy, Oliver Böttcher, Oliver Davis, Łukasz Talik, Samuel Harjanne, Nir Ron, Stan Limburg, Mia Kadosh, Petri Hanttu, Simona Pahl, Gadi Levy, Robert Hartshorne, Arlyn Bantog, Tim Bain, Benjamin Morik, Achim Schülke, Ole Jacobsen, Alexandra Morgan and Juha Varis have all worked on "Fireman Sam".