Who We Are


Morgan Optometry (previously known as Morgan White Optometrists) has been established since 2006. We pride ourselves in our combination of highly qualified practitioners, GOC registered dispensing opticians, and friendly support staff. Whether you are looking for stylish glasses, extremely comfortable contact lenses, or an eye examination that uses the latest in modern technology to ensure your eyes are clear and healthy, we look forward to helping you.



PhD FCOptom DipGlauc DipTp(IP)

Dr Andrew Morgan completed his Bachelor of Science in Optometry at the City University, London before finishing optometrist training at the Colchester Eye Hospital. After working at Moorfields Eye Hospital and private practice, he specialised in contact lenses and binocular vision anomalies for which he was awarded a Fellowship to the College of Optometrists in 1994. In 2003, Andrew received a Doctorate in research following his completion of a PhD looking into the role of circulation in glaucoma and diabetic eye disease. Andrew has been awarded both the College of Optometrists’ Diploma in Glaucoma and Diploma in Therapeutics (Independent Prescribing). As well as working in the practice at Kidlington, he works one day a week at the Oxford Eye Hospital in the Glaucoma and Eye Emergency Departments.

Andrew lives in North Oxford with his wife, Lisa, and occasionally their two sons. He enjoys cycling and snowboarding.

Please note Andrew is on Sabbatical in 2024



BSc MCOptom Higher Cert Glauc

After qualifying as an optometrist at Aston University, Birmingham, Lisa worked in a number of private practices and the Optometry Dept at City University, London. She joined Morgan Optometry in 2006 to work with her husband, Andrew. Lisa continues to work part-time at the Oxford Eye Hospital where she specialises in glaucoma shared care, macular degeneration work and children’s vision problems. She has been awarded two certificates for further training in glaucoma and paediatric eyecare.

Lisa lives in North Oxford with her husband, Andrew, and occasionally their two sons. She enjoys baking and eating cakes!

Please note Lisa is on Sabbatical in 2024


BSc MCOptom Prof Cert Glauc

Kathy Gabbatiss completed her Bachelor of Science in Optometry at UMIST, Manchester. Having worked both in private practice and at the Oxford Eye Hospital, Kathy has a reputation for her thorough, clinical eye examinations. Kathy takes a special interest in dry eye management and has completed Postgraduate professional certificates in glaucoma and medical retina. Kathy lives in Wootton by Woodstock, Oxfordshire with her husband.

Kathy enjoys poetry, theatre and laughing.



BSc MCOptom DipTp(IP) Prof Cert Glauc

Ajay has worked as an optometrist since 2001 and works part time at Warwick Hospital’s Ophthalmology Department seeing Glaucoma Patients.

David Ward


BSc (Optometry)

David is a very experienced practitioner who excels at patient care, children’s examinations and contact lens fitting.

He enjoys walking and supporting his children in their weekend football matches.

David Ward

KRIS RAVIKUMAR (Locum Optometrist)

BSc (Optometry)

Kris studied Optometry at Aston University, Birmingham. In addition to working here in Kidlington, he is a Lecturer at the Optometry Department of the University of West England. Kris is particularly interested in anterior eye conditions and managing and helping patients with dry eye problems.

In his spare time, Kris enjoys hiking, learning languages and playing the violin.

MOAD ZAIDANI (Locum Optometrist)

BSc MCOptom

Moad studied optometry at Ulster University, Northern Ireland and completed his professional qualification at St James’ Hospital in Leeds. He now also works at the Oxford Eye hospital where he is an expert in contact lenses and Low Vision Assessments.

When he is not giving excellent eyecare, his hobbies are football and the gym.



BSc (Hons) MCOptom

Katherine is a hospital optometrist, who graduated from City University in 2020 and completed her training at Oxford Eye Hospital, where she still works most of the week.  She has a wide experience and specialises in contact lenses and more complicated refractions and is now undertaking a Postgraduate professional Medical Retina course  . Before finding her love of optometry, Katherine studied at Cardiff University where she obtained a Biomedical Sciences degree and a Masters degree in Tissue Engineering.

Katherine likes to swim and cycle.

Mrs. Katherine Hill (not Lowe anymore) is currently on maternity leave



FBDO Dispensing Manager

Astra Smith completed her dispensing optician qualification in 2000 and is registered with the General Optical Council. Her experience and knowledge of optical lens design allows her to provide individualized advice on the best spectacle lens form for each patient. Astra is the practice’s Dispensing Manager and has the important role of choosing the practice’s frame selections. Astra’s flare for fashion and her perfectionism combine to make her golden rule that all her patients requiring spectacles leave with stylish, comfortable glasses. Astra lives in South Warwickshire with her husband.

Astra enjoys caravanning, boating and chocolate.

Carly Warner


FBDO Dispensing Optician

Carly completed her dispensing optician qualification in 2017 and is registered with the General Optical Council. In addition to working in the practice, Carly is on the Local Optometric Committee where she helps with the continuing education programme for Oxfordshire’s ophthalmic professionals and liaises with other professional bodies.

Carly lives near Witney with her husband and, when not giving excellent advice on frames and lenses, enjoys outdoor activities – especially those involving her vegetable patch!



Trainee Dispensing Optician

Helen was formerly an optometric technician at Oxford Eye hospital and is now enjoying offering an excellent dispensing service in the practice.