Lingham is still an account planner at Partners BDDH. However, over the past 12 months, a large percentage of her time has been spent contributing to the agency's new-business drive, under the watchful eye of Neil Christie.
2002 saw Pring promoted to the Miles Calcraft Briginshaw Duffy board, becoming its youngest member. He also played a key part in securing the Inland Revenue business.
It's been more than five years since Modha joined J. Walter Thompson. He's still there and is currently planning campaigns for clients such as Smirnoff and Boots.
Although Pace began 2002 working for Optimedia clients such as Yahoo!, he now works solely on the Entertainment Films account. He has already masterminded two Lord of the Rings launches and this year's release of Gangs of New York.
Outsider has kept Fuglsig busy this year, sending him to Africa to work for the client Tle + Digital. He also found time to work with Bartle Bogle Hegarty and Audi, producing the acclaimed "bull" commercial.
After winning an IPA Effectiveness silver award for a paper on Ocean Spray, Smith left Bates in the summer and can now be found in the planning department at Saatchi & Saatchi.
McDonald has enjoyed a very successful year at The Paul Weiland Film Company. He has produced two short films, one of which was shortlisted at the Cannes Film Festival and his earlier effort, Je t'aime John Wayne, has been made into a promotional film for French Connection. He also recently shot a commercial with TBWA/London for Hutchison 3G.
MATT LEE & BRIAN RILEY
Lee and Riley are still to be found at Banks Hoggins O'Shea/FCB. Last year they continued to produce creative work for Ladbrokes and they have recently become more involved with the Weetabix account.
It was a great year for the media company voted Campaign's Most Dynamic for 2002 - Emap. Likewise, it was also a good year for its rising star Morley. He started the year as an account team manager but by March he had won a promotion and now proudly holds the title of Emap's head of agency sales.
Royce is still at Glue London and has developed into one of the hottest new-media creatives in the business. His talent is one of the reasons why Glue was crowned Campaign's New-Media Agency of 2002.
Five months after featuring in last year's Faces to Watch, Pearman was promoted to the Abbott Mead Vickers board. He is now board account director for the agency's BT Retail account.
Tyrell has remained at AMV and continues to work as an account manager on both Dulux and Ian Pearman's BT team. She's also on a fast track scheme , which will quickly turn her into an account director.
ANTONY GOLDSTEIN & GAVIN LESTER
Goldstein and Lester had another cracking year at BBH, producing the critically acclaimed "odyssey" campaign for Levi's. They spent a large part of the year working at BBH New York and have back-to-back shoots until March.
Hooper-Greenhill joined Duckworth Finn Grubb Waters at the end of 2001. Last year, the young planner continued to produce sterling work for key clients such as Daewoo, Mytravel and the BBC.
Taylor has his hands full at the moment, planning Fallon's recently won Sony account. When he's not doing that, he works for clients such as Umbro and Ben & Jerry's.
MARK HANSON & KRISTIAN FOY
Young creatives Hanson and Foy are still at Partners Andrews Aldridge and are currently working on prestigious accounts such as Lexus, Lloyds TSB and the DMA. They also contributed heavily to the successful BMI pitch.
CARL ERIC RINSCH
The top brass at RSA Films are still talking about Rinsch in glowing terms. Last year he worked with Saatchi & Saatchi, producing films for the likes of Sony and Lexus. He also worked with Mother to produce idents for The Observer.