Eye care professionals and optometrists, specialize in understanding how the human eye really works, as well as diseases and conditions that affect your vision—many of which do not always have obvious symptoms. The eye doctors of the Museum District TSO in Midtown Houston Texas know how age and risk factors affect vision over time for young and old, and they understand the benefits and features of corrective lenses, both as eyeglass lenses and contact lenses.
Meet your Local TSO Museum Eye Doctors:
During your visit to our optical boutique, our optometrists will take the time to explain the results of your eye exam, describe your options and listen to your eye care needs. Because maintaining good eye health is an ongoing partnership, we encourage you to ask questions and share your health information, which could be vital to monitoring, diagnosing and treating potential vision problems.
Dr. Angela Marcaccio, the daughter of an Optometrist, is a native Houstonian graduating from the University Of Houston College Of Optometry in 1982. Dr. Marcaccio completed her undergraduate work at Texas A&M. (Go Aggies!) Dr. Marcaccio is a frustrated Fashion Designer whose only outlet is to have incredibly hip frames in her store for her patients. Her pet peeve is people wearing old style bifocals or ill-fitting frames because LIFE’S TOO SHORT TO WEAR UGLY SHOES OR UGLY GLASSES. Her goal is to provide superior eye care services and unique frames or the latest in contact lenses for her patients. Being born at the end of the Baby Boomer generation, Dr. Marcaccio understands the vision problems we are all experiencing but vows to fight Mother Nature all the way (and to help her patients look good while doing it). Dr. Marcaccio is not only fluent in English but fluent in Spanish as well.
She loves caring for her senior patients at Texas State Optical and solving the problems associated with the aging of the eyes and is still seeing many of her father’s 2nd and 3rd generation patients. In addition, those middle aged baby boomers in denial are a special favorite of hers. She lives with her husband of 30 years, their daughter (attending UT at Austin) and their 3 dogs. Dr. Marcaccio believes that LIFE IS GOOD.
A native Texan, Dr. Linda Matocha grew up just south of Houston in Freeport, TX. She did her undergraduate work at University of Houston and graduated from the University Of Houston College Of Optometry in 1985. After working for an HMO in Houston for 4 years, Dr. Matocha joined the TSO family in November 1989 at the Memorial City location and later joined the Museum District TSO team in the fall of 2013. Dr. Matocha now splits her time between Memorial City TSO, Downtown TSO and Museum District TSO. Dr. Matocha is a Therapeutic Optometrist who practices full-scope Optometry including: comprehensive eye examinations, all types of contact lens fittings, dry eye treatment and co-management of LASIK and cataracts.
She and her husband Hal, a native Houstonian and Petroleum Landman, moved from the suburbs to the Museum District area in 2006. Avid sport fans, they support the Houston home teams in baseball, football, basketball and soccer. They combined their love of travel and sports by visiting every major league baseball team’s stadium. In 2005, they finished this quest and now want to see the Astros in all the ballparks. As of 2013, they have only missed seeing the Astro’s at the Oakland A’s and Texas Rangers stadiums. Together, Dr. Matocha and Hal have also been to all 50 states in the United States. To keep balanced, they also enjoy the Musicals at the Hobby Center and spending time with their very large extended family.
Dr. Richardson is from Indianapolis, Indiana and a graduate of Indiana University School of Optometry in Bloomington, IN. She began her optometric career practicing in Manhattan, New York City but relocated to Houston where her significant other works for a technology company. She is a resident of the Downtown neighborhood and frequently walks to work although her patients tell her: walking is for NYC, Texans drive!
Dr. Richardson understands living in the digital age presents unique challenges for our eyes. Vision encompasses more than just a prescription and Dr. Richardson spends time understanding your personal visual demands. She treats patients as individuals and provides a personalized eye care experience tailored to their needs. She knows firsthand how an evolving world requires evolving eye care. Her patient treatment arsenal includes the latest optometric technologies including digital device lenses, computer progressive options, and blue light protection to ensure comfortable and clear vision even after staring at screens all day.
Dr. Richardson has been in the optometric field for 5 years and specializes in Therapeutic Optometry, LASIK surgery co-management, and contact lenses. Dr. Richardson’s professional interests include Digital Eye Strain, Dry Eye Disease, and learning about the latest contact and spectacle lens developments. She is certified by the National Board of Examiners in Optometry, a member of the Texas Optometric Association, American Optometric Association, and National Optometric Association.
Outside of the office, Dr. Richardson is a yoga instructor who thoroughly enjoys practicing and teaching yoga for both private and corporate clients. As a former Indiana University cheerleader, Dr. Richardson is a die-hard Hoosier. She enjoys watching IU sports, especially the IU Cheer Program as they recently captured their 5th National Championship in six years. Dr. Richardson’s other interests include yoga retreats, documentaries, museums, traveling, and living a conscious + sustainable lifestyle.
Meet your Local TSO Museum Optical Team:
At TSO Museum our exceptional, friendly eye care staff is our greatest asset. They are excited about what they do, and they care personally about getting the best results for our patients.
Our receptionists will try to accommodate your busy schedule by finding appointments that suit your needs. We will help you understand your insurance coverage and if financial arrangements are necessary, we will be glad to help you develop a plan to make your vision care treatment possible.
Tevin will greet you with a firm handshake and warm smile while preparing you to see the Doctor. The experience Tevin is gaining working at Texas State Optical plays a big factor towards his career plans/goals and what he will attend College for in the near future. Tevin’s favorite part about his job is the self-gratification he receives helping the patients which is a great reward. From working as a Front Desk Receptionist to a Dispensing Optician and General Manager, Tevin is always ready and willing to assist. A couple of Tevin’s greatest accomplishments is buying his new car and working here with the TSO team! Outside of the office, Tevin thoroughly enjoys listening to music, cooking from scratch, playing video games and trying new recipes. Spending good quality time with his family is one of Tevin’s favorite things to do.
Martha has been with TSO for over 23 years and has over 30 years of Optical experience. Her favorite part about her job is working alongside Dr. Marcaccio and receiving all the appreciation the patients give. Martha is always willing and able to give a lending hand to whomever needs it. She has great customer service skills, is determined to provide the best eye care and is also fluent in Spanish. Her proudest accomplishment is her two sons and working diligently to help the office succeed! She loves spending time with her babies, Ariel, Samson and Bella. Ariel is her Blue Healer and is 12 years old. Ariel rings a bell when she wants to go outside, she is very smart. Her second baby, Samson, is a Husky and is 4 years old. Samson loves taking pictures and is very photogenic. Lastly, Martha’s baby girl, Bella is also a Blue Healer and is the smallest of them all. She is smart and very fast. Her favorite past memories consist of good quality time with her family, eating and cooking. A quote she sticks by is stated below:
“If Mama isn’t happy, nobody’s happy!”
Denise is very outgoing and ready to assist. Becoming a Radiologist is a career Denise hopes to achieve in the near future. Denise helps assist the Doctor as well as helps at our reception desk. She thoroughly enjoys helping the patients with their individual eye care needs. She contributes by providing outstanding assistance and customer service. She enjoys restocking and making phones calls to the patients to update them about their annual exams and eye care needs. Denise is not only fluent in English but fluent in Spanish as well. Her job is very important to her and she enjoys her co-workers very much. “My co-workers are awesome!” states Denise. They are a tight nit team. Her number one goal at Texas State Optical is having the patients leave happy. Denise puts in hard work and dedication to help the patients, leaving her happy as well. Working with school aged children, helping them achieve their goals in class and pass to the next grade, is Denise’s proudest accomplishment. She really enjoys children. Outside of work, Denise likes to play soccer and spend quality time with her beautiful family. Her favorite quote comes from Justin Salinas and is written below:
“You are bright, you are smart, you are beautiful.”
Chelsea brings a wonderful smile to our Museum Texas State Optical patients when they enter our doors. She provides excellent customer service and is very versatile, happy and willing to help wherever in need. Providing the patients with such confidence by enhancing their vision with TSO’s quality eyewear brings Chelsea great joy. “I love seeing the patients happy and confident about their image in their new glasses.” states Chelsea. Chelsea would like to run her own business one day… “I want to be a part of something inspirational and great!” says Chelsea. Chelsea hopes to become an Esthetician in the future. Outside of the office, Chelsea loves to watch movies, play video games with her boyfriend and loves to cook for people. “My favorite childhood memory would have to be the countless days we would visit my Uncle in Lake Conroe to fish. We had a lot of fun and so many laughs.” Chelsea states. Chelsea is also very proud to have become a responsible and worldly young woman, always willing and wanting to contribute her care and knowledge to society. Her significant other always states, “Our journey in life is the pursuit of happiness.” in which Chelsea firmly believes.
When Rey was 5 years old, his mom would dress him up like Superman, which makes for one of Rey’s favorite pastimes. He would get on the rail of their porch and jump, imagining he was going to fly. Rey loves to listen to music and watch inspirational videos. He wants to be an Evangelist and preach where God takes him. It is also very important to Rey to become a Manager in the Optical field one day. In 2012 Rey went to a Bible Institute and studied to be a Preacher. He contributes anything and everything he can here at Museum Texas State Optical. Rey gives his best, eagerness, time and knowledge to all of TSO’s patients. “It makes me happy to help people out.” states Rey. Rey is very versatile, he is always willing to help out wherever he is needed and is fluent in Spanish. His proudest accomplishment is coming out of the Bible Institute with honors and 1st place. Rey’s favorite quote is from the Bible, written below:
“Y a Aquel que es poderoso para hacer todas las cosas mucho más abundantemente de lo que pedimos o entendemos, según el poder que actúa en nosotros.” –Efesios 3:20