I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt, and assume that Urban Talent of Boise Idaho is under different management now, or has changed it's practices. I auditioned and was accepted by the "agency" 2008-2010 as an actress and possible print model. I (as well as numerous friends in the agency) were constantly pushed to take acting classes priced at or above $500 per person. I was also pressured to work with the agencies favorite local photographer who charged upwards $1,000 for basic headshots. I can't remember his last name, but his first name was Patrick. This is a bit off topic, but I think that it's relevant: numerous girls told me that he was "sleazy", intimidated them into showing more skin than they were comfortable with, and even called then fat when they didn't. I asked if I could pick my own photographer. I was pressured not to. So I chose another photographer that Urban Talent Boise worked with. I ended up with some of the worst headshots I've ever seen. I ended up flying to Salt Lake City and working with an amazing photographer there, who gave me over 400 photos to choose from for only $150.I continued to go to audition after audition for local films, usually for no pay. I was cast in almost everything I auditioned for, but not through Urban Talent Boise. Boise has such a small film community that I heard about every audition just through word of mouth, before I ever heard about it from the "agency"I was continually promised auditions for bigger projects through the Salt Lake City office, and none of it ever materialized. After two years I couldn't figure out what I was paying for, so I stopped.If Urban Talent Boise wants to be considered a legitimate acting booking agency they should stop encouraging actors to go to horrible "Stars At Sea" cruise ship audition presentations. Stop selling over priced acting work shops. Stop pressuring actors to work with unprofessional and over priced photographers. And they should pay more attention to their clients, instead of just treating them like a number. Again, if this has changed since 2010, thats good. But this was the way it was when I was involved with the agency.