Founder of Eye Culture
TK graduated in 1982 at City University in London with Honours. He then worked in general practice in London till he emigrated to Sydney in 1991 to start his own practice in Neutral Bay. He decided to change the former business “TK WONG Optometrists” to “Eye Culture” to enhance the brand’s online presence. Eye Culture is built upon delivering the same quality service and understanding the importance of eye wear as a statement of modern day culture.
Eye Culture Optometrist
Kun Young (Lisa) is a UNSW Optometry graduate who joined Eye Culture in 2021. She initially joined Eye Culture to assist as an optical dispenser and later on filled the role of an Eye Culture Optometrist. She loves fishing, playing board games and having a casual drink with friends in her free time. She is also interested in Korean dramas and cooking . She obtained her scuba diving licence recently and wishes to scuba dive when she is able to find time (despite being scared of sharks).
Esther has been part of TK Wong optometrist (Eye Culture) since 2005. She is a qualified optical dispenser and has over 16 years experience in optical dispensing. She has a strong interest in eye wear fashion and is meticulous in selecting the right frame and lenses for all our clients. Her vast knowledge in optics will ensure you are getting the right advice for all your optical needs. In her spare time Esther loves spending time with her fami
Vanessa joined TK Wong Optometrist in 1991. She is a qualified Optical Dispenser with over 30 years experience. She took a sabbatical and went to London for 4 years from 2005-2009. Upon her return in 2009,she rejoined our team. Customer service and satisfaction are her number one priority. Outside of work, she enjoys time with her family at the beach
Management & Sales
For 3 Years, Ee Yern has been responsible for the management and sales in the Eye Culture Team. He was responsible for branding and marketing of Eye Culture as well as inventory management. He wants to shift the clinical nature of optometry to a more welcoming one and for eye care to become more integrated in day to day living