About Us

A1A Optics are experts at understanding your doctor’s prescription for eyeglasses and contacts. We match your visual needs with products that provide you with great vision, including custom lens shapes tailormade to fit you.


Becky was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee. Becky entered the optical field in 1977. Her experience ranges from making contact lenses, working in a lab making glasses and selling eyewear. In 1981, while working for Pearle Vision Centers, she moved from managing a store to a National Trainer where she taught the science of optics to staffs covering a 5state area.

Becky moved to Florida in 1988, becoming a licensed Optician in the state that same year. She has worked for large optical chains, Optometrists, and Ophthalmologists providing her a wealth of knowledge that she brings to her passion, caring for the needs of her patients. Opening A1A Optics provides the opportunity to take patient care to the next level.

Becky has built a team of professionals that have a goal of service in mind. They focus on the needs of each patient. It is this dedication to professionalism and individual care that makes A1A Optics your Vision Experts!

Becky’s interests include painting landscape scenes, fishing, playing golf, gardening, and fitness.

Customer Relations Director

Jackie grew up on the west coast of Florida in Naples. Her background is in customer service, ranging from banking, property management and continues great customer service at A1A Optics today.

Jackie loves helping people. Her interests focus on family, friends, and football. She also enjoys decorating, cooking, and football!

Did I mention football? Do not call her on Sundays during football season!

What Makes A1A Optics Different


We give individual attention to each patient.


We’ll read the prescription for your old glasses and compare this to your new prescription.

1. We can see how much change there is.

2. We can catch potential problems.

This prevents us from making glasses that are wrong for you.

Example: RX written wrong; wrong cylinder axis.


We’ll discuss your needs as we look for your frames. The frame fit is one of the most important parts of filling your prescription.


We will customize the lens shape and size to accommodate the desires of each patient.


We educate our patients to assist them to make good decisions in frame and lens selection. We do this because we are educated and have continuing education that is required to maintain our license. But mostly we do this because we are passionate about serving you!

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