Dr. Colin Connors understands the importance of good eye health in achieving life goals. As a Middleton native and graduate of Middleton High School, Dr. Colin Connors moved to Chicago to study biology at DePaul University, and then graduated from the Illinois College of Optometry in 2009. Upon graduation Dr. Colin Connors was excited at the opportunity to get back home to Wisconsin.
Dr. Colin Connors enjoys seeing patients of all ages, including those as young as six months to one year as a participant in the InfantSEE program. Dr. Colin Connors believes that through listening and understanding he can help to serve his patients, offering them the best solutions to their health and vision needs. He is a member of both the American Optometric Association and the Wisconsin Optometric Association. Dr Colin is an active member of the Optimist Club in Middleton and believes strongly in building and being engaged in the community.
Dr Colin spends his time outside the office by spending it with his wonderful wife, two children, and dog. He enjoys grilling on the weekends and getting outside in Wisconsin for hiking and fishing. He loves music at home and live concerts as well as watching and playing sports with his kids.
Dr. Rich Jun is honored to be part of the Isthmus Eye Care family. He specializes in pediatrics, binocular vision disorders and vision therapy. He is proud to continue providing the very best in personalized eye care for Middleton, Madison and the surrounding communities.
Dr. Jun grew up in the quiet suburb of Flossmoor, IL then attended Loyola University of Chicago on full academic scholarship. He graduated with academic honors and awards, cum laude. Dr. Jun headed east, to State University of New York (SUNY) College of Optometry where he graduated in 2006 with an award for excellence in primary care.
Dr. Jun was the Chief Optometrist at Pediatric EyeMD with pediatric ophthalmology in New York City for five years. In 2012 Dr. Jun made the move back to the midwest to pursue his passion for providing quality eye care for patients of all ages. Dr. Jun finds building relationships with his patients the most rewarding part of providing eye care.
He is a member of the Wisconsin Optometric Association, the American Optometric Association, and the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. His dedication to service has led him to participate in Remote Access Medical missions and Special Olympics.
Rich is passionate about adventure traveling, fitness, and through hiking. He loves spending time outdoors with his girlfriend, Megan and their rescued pit bulls. You may run into them in the Schenk-Atwood neighborhood, where they live. He is a published amateur comic book artist and enjoys collecting action figures.
Dr. Kimrey was raised in the small town of Mendota, Illinois, only two hours south of Madison. She attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she graduated with a bachelor's degree in biology, and a minor in Spanish, in 2011. From there, Dr. Kimrey traveled to Memphis, Tennessee to study at Southern College of Optometry (SCO), where she graduated summa cum laude in 2015. While at SCO, Dr. Kimrey was actively involved in the Beta Sigma Kappa honor society and was the recipient of the Academic and Clinical Excellence Award as well as the Outstanding Clinician Award.
Dr. Kimrey is an active member of the Wisconsin Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. She has traveled to Tela, Honduras to provide free eye care to those in need and is passionate about playing a role in the prevention, diagnosis, and management of eye disease. She enjoys spending time answering her patients' questions and hopes all of her patients leave their eye exam more knowledgeable about their eye health.
In her free time, Aja enjoys watching or attending college football games, playing volleyball, exercising, and traveling. She and her husband, Nick, reside in Waunakee and enjoy trying new restaurants and breweries in the Madison area.
A Wisconsin native, Dr. Callie Maursetter grew up in Waupaca, WI, where she graduated valedictorian from Waupaca High School. She then attended the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN, where she earned her bachelor's degree in biochemistry, graduating cum laude in 2005.
Dr. Maursetter graduated magna cum laude from the Illinois College of Optometry in 2009. She was also awarded membership into the Gold Key, Beta Sigma Kappa and Tomb & Key optometric honor societies, and received the clinical excellence award for top clinical honors at all of her internship sites.
Dr. Maursetter is a volunteer and active member of the Wisconsin Optometric Association as well as the American Optometric Association. She enjoys patient education and has presented to local groups in the community to increase public awareness about vision and eye health.
In her spare time, Callie enjoys spending time with her family; husband Erik, daughter Britta, and American Water Spaniel, Cedar. She enjoys travel, with one of her favorite destinations being Door County. Callie also likes to spend time outdoors: hiking, hunting, fishing, and biking. She enjoys most sports and when time allows plays volleyball, softball and golf. And when the Wisconsin weather gets cooler, you can find her at the Madison Curling Club where she is a member and volunteer.
Dr. Tim Wilson is proud to continue the great tradition of providing personalized vision care as a partner at Isthmus Eye Care. A native of Orland Park, IL, Dr. Wilson attended the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, graduating with honors in 2002 with a bachelor's degree in biology. He continued his studies in Chicago at the Illinois College of Optometry (ICO) graduating cum laude in 2006.
Dr. Wilson greatly enjoys the opportunity to provide trusted eye care for patients of all ages at Isthmus Eye Care. His goal is to bring the latest in eye care technology to his patients to best meet their visual and ocular health needs.
Dr. Wilson is an active member of the American Optometric Association, Madison Area Optometric Society, and Wisconsin Optometric Association, where he serves on the Legislative Committee. He enjoys giving back to the community as a member of the Fitchburg Lions Club and volunteer transporter for the Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin.
Outside the exam room, Tim is an outdoor enthusiast and greatly enjoys the numerous hiking, kayaking, and boating opportunities available in Wisconsin. He and his wife, Emmylou, enjoy traveling to destinations around the globe especially European and tropical destinations. They reside in the Madison area with their dog, a Havanese named Penny.
Dr. Garcia was born and raised in the Bay Area of California. He attended San Jose State University, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in molecular biology and a minor in chemistry in 2011. After college, he spent two years working and learning all aspects of private practice optometry and became passionate about eye care.
Ready for a change, Dr. Garcia decided to venture out to the east coast to study at the New England College of Optometry (NECO) in Boston, Massachusetts. During his time at NECO, he was part of the Spanish Club and Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH). In his third year of optometry school, he traveled to the Dominican Republic to provide free eye care and manage eye disease in underserved populations.
After graduating optometry school in 2017, Dr. Garcia moved to the Midwest to start his professional career in the great city of Madison. He is very excited to join the Isthmus Eye Care team and bring his experience in laser vision correction co-management from his time at our trusted partner, TLC Laser Vision Center.
In his free time, Dr. Garcia enjoys staying active through recreational sports like softball, football and volleyball. When not playing sports, he enjoys exercising, riding his bike, cooking, drinking coffee, eating tacos, and traveling internationally. Doctor Garcia también habla Español.
Dr. Kallie Harrier is excited to join Isthmus Eye Care and return to Madison. A native of DeForest, WI, Dr. Harrier graduated from DeForest High School in 2007 and earned her Associate of Arts in Visual Communications from Madison College in 2008. She then moved to Arizona and attended Arizona State University, graduating in 2014. After her grandmother started losing her eyesight from Macular Degeneration, Dr. Harrier decided to change her major from filmmaking to Life Sciences so she could pursue her new path of optometry. Where she was once interested in creating art for the eyes to see, she decided to focus on helping those with low vision see the world in new ways. Dr. Harrier graduated from MCPHS University with a doctorate of optometry in 2019 also earning the Eschenbach excellence in Low Vision Scholarship for her passion of helping those with sight loss. Dr. Harrier recently earned her Masters of Public Health in December 2021. She is hoping to use her new found knowledge to help advocate for optometry, eye health, and for those within the sight loss community.
Dr. Harrier loves being able to connect with her patients and see friendly faces year to year. She is happy to have found a new home at Isthmus Eye Care, and is excited to be part of the community.
Dr. Harrier is an active member of the American Optometric Association and Wisconsin Optometric Association. She enjoys working with the Special Olympics, performing free eye exams for athletes. Dr. Harrier also sits on the advisory board for a National non-profit, The Lannie D Chesapeake Lighthouse that aims at normalizing the idea of individuals who are blind working in all career fields at comparable rates to their sighted peers.
When not at the office, Dr. Harrier enjoys the great outdoors with her fiancé, Nick. They are currently working their way toward visiting every National Park in the country. Dr. Harrier loves to hike, kayak, and spend time with her two Siberian huskies, Sabine and Nyla.