Dr. Thomas Gosling

Dr. Gosling graduated from the Illinois College of Optometry in 1992. After graduating, he moved to Green Bay Wisconsin and took the position of chief clinical optometrist at the Eye and Ear Associates, a multidisciplinary clinic with ENT and ophthalmology. Six years later he moved to the Green Bay Eye Clinic, the largest ophthalmology clinic North of Milwaukee, where he served as the chief clinical optometrist alongside of eleven ophthalmologists. During his fourteen years in Green Bay, Dr. Gosling was the optometrist for the Green Bay Packers. Deciding to start his own practice, he later moved to Seattle. After working at Clearly Lasik, a premier laser center in Seattle for nine months, Dr. Gosling couldn't handle Seattle’s harsh winter consisting of thirty-seven days of rain and fifty days of darkness. In 2006, he purchased Optical Matters in sunny Littleton, Colorado.

After practicing for over 15 years within ophthalmology and LASIK clinics, Dr. Gosling finds his private practice to be the perfect environment to express the creativity behavioral optometry has to offer in a new digital world.

Presently, Dr. Gosling acts as a technology consultant, inventor and entrepreneur. He was named one of the 2011 Optometric Business Innovators of the year. He enjoys spending time backpacking, traveling, deep sea fishing, watching sports and spending time with his family.

Dr. Jamie Anderson

Dr. Anderson grew up in Northern Colorado. She has also lived in Phoenix, Arizona and Portland, Oregon. She attended the University of Colorado at Boulder for her undergraduate degree in Business/Finance, and she received her Doctorate of Optometry from Pacific University College of Optometry in 2005.

Dr. Anderson is passionate about pediatric vision care and behavioral optometry. She has achieved a post-doctoral Fellowship with the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. She is also a member of the Colorado Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association, including the Contact Lens and Cornea Section of the AOA. Travel is another passion of hers. She has recently traveled to central and South America to provide vision care to underserved populations. She will soon be traveling to Asia and Africa as well.

Dr. Anderson lives in Highlands Ranch with her husband. Her daughter attends college in West Virginia, and her son is the Executive Director of the Wrangell Mountains Center in McCarthy, Alaska.