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Welcome to
Indigenous Voice Over

Denise Halfyard.

Authentic. Real. Indigenous.



Hadih! I'm Denise Halfyard. I am a  proud Wet'suwet'en, Tsimshian, Gitxsan Voice Actor from the Laksilyu clan, which means Small Frog in Wet'suwet'en.

I am a co-owner of Halfyard Productions. I am also the coordinator for the Tears to Hope Society, a non-profit organization that supports the families of our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG). I am also the founder and CEO of The Frog Radio, a station devoted to Indigenous music of all genres from across Turtle Island, 24/7.


I feel it's so important that we share our Indigenous culture and raise awareness of social issues with those around us, as it teaches those willing to listen and learn. 

I'm a professional voice actor specializing in commercial, E-Learning and non-fiction audiobooks. My voice has been described as soothing with a friendly, informative style that is perfectly suited to long form projects. I've voiced many corporate E-Learning modules for Indigenous and non-Indigenous North American and European clients. My full resume can be downloaded HERE


I'd love to do a free sample for you. Have a listen to my demos then email me direct and we can discuss your project. I have flexible rates and fast turnaround from our broadcast quality studio.

All My Relations,


An image in black and white, an Indigenous woman's profile. She outside, looking up in her traditional woven cedar hat. Her hair is hanging loose and long over her shoulders.


Voice Over

From commercials, to e-learning, to audiobooks, I can use my voice to bring your project to life


I am fortunate to have the talent and expertise of my husband who is my engineer and producer. Between us we can have your project to you in a timely manner, either fully edited and produced or we can send you the raw files for your editor


"Do you happen to know anyone who can voice this in French?"

Yes I do! If you need a professional Indigenous french talent, I have just the gal for the job.





I have been fortunate to have worked on a variety of meaningful projects, many centered around Truth & Reconciliation, bettering relationships with Indigenous communities and uplifting Indigenous voices. Here a is a sample of the clients and projects I've had the privilege to work on.


Tears to Hope Society


New Society Publishers




SOI Foundation

BC Achievement Foundation

BC Ferries


Rebel Girls


Cover of a book. Indigenomics in white bold letters over a blue orb on a black background. Below says Taking a Seat at the Economic Table 
Carol Anne Hilton, MBA



A movie poster with a young Indigenous girl on the left and an Indigenous woman in her 20's to the right. Masked between them is a black crow. Below the image fades into a forboding school. Below the school is the movie title Bones of Crows



An light blue, grey and white  image of a blizzard with a building in the distance with a few lights on. The title, The White Vault sits on the bottom right of the image.



On an orange background is a round bronze object with First Nations carvings of 2 faces. On the bottom right is a logo made of 7 curved lines brought together in a circle to create a star-like image. Beside that in white bold lettering is BC Achievement Indigenous Business Award

Commercial &

Promo VO

The cover of a children's story book shows an illustration of a young Indigenous boy and his grandfather in a lush green forest. Below in Yellow lettering is the title Thunder and the Noise Storms



The podcast cover shows an orange background with a yellow starburst and musical notes. There is an illustration of a young Indigenous girl with long black hair and a white longsleeved shirt, singing next to her father, a husky Indigenous man with a drum. He's wearing a blue shirt with horizontal stripes of green, yellow and red on his right side.



The title page shows abstract images of white, blue and grey with a navy blue circle in the center. In the circle is an illustration of a brown skinned person with brown hair and light yellow shirt. The title above the circle says Circles of Care, facilitator discussion guide.



An image of multiple students in a canoe on the water, surrounded by mountains of ice. In black bold letters the title says SOI Foundation Fondation. The O in SOI is blue. 
in white bold letters 20 years of SOI

Virtual Headset


The title cover shows a large ship in the background. In front of it is an Indigenous man wearing a grey baseball cap and a black and red life jacket. His brown arms are covered in tatoos.
Warrior Spirit



An image of a recording studio. From left to right shows a plush black leather couch. Directly behind the couch is a stool, a guitar and a microphone set up in front of a window. To the right is a rack holding multiple guitars. In front of that is a u-shaped black desk with 2 computer screens that show an open session in ProTools. That desk is in front of a large window that looks out into  trees.


Each time I work with Denise it's a consistently positive experience. Good communication, professional voice overs, with quick turnarounds - which means happy clients for us. Nothing but a great experience and I look forward to our next project together.

~ Richard Olak
Olak Media, Owner + Creative Producer
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