Dr. Matthew Karres
Dr. Matthew Karres has lived and worked in and around New Albany for many years. He is a graduate of New Albany High School and even worked at the New Albany Kroger on opening day. He attended Capital University for his undergraduate education and then entered the United States Army as a combat medic. Dr. Karres is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Optometry. While in school he studied specialty contact lens designs including scleral, gas permeable, multifocal and orthokeratology lenses. He continued to work at Ohio State after graduation as a research optometrist and has presented his research at several international conferences.
Dr. Amy Keller
Dr. Amy Keller grew up in Normal, Illinois and received her undergraduate degree from University of Illinois. She then moved to Columbus to attend The Ohio State University College of Optometry, graduating in 2000. Since then, Dr. Keller has served thousands of patients across Central Ohio. She has a strong passion for patient care with a heart for pediatric and family vision care and a love for the challenge of finding the perfect contact lens solution for her patients.
Dr. Amy is an active volunteer for the Realeyes Classroom Education Program and has shared the magic of vision with over 13,000 students throughout Ohio. She is also an InfantSEE infant vision provider and she assists with the Special Olympics Opening Eyes program. Outside the office, Dr. Amy spends her free time with her husband and 3 daughters. She is active in her church Children’s Ministry and Worship Band, and has a love for barbershop harmony, singing lead with the award-winning Scioto Valley Chorus.