Welcome to the family


 

Welcome to Coopers Optique- your new home for eyewear fun and fashion. Our Uptown boutique is the Pacific Northwest's destination for unique eyewear curated from top designers around the world. But we want you to think of it as your personal style shop. Because once we've fitted you 

with a pair of our marvelous spectacles, you become family. Many of our clients return again and again as they evolve their look or collect frames that express different aspects of their personality. Once we get to know each other, we can't help being on the lookout for your next great images statement.

Welcome to the family


 

Welcome to Coopers Optique- your new home for eyewear fun and fashion. Our Uptown boutique is the Pacific Northwest's destination for unique eyewear curated from top designers around the world. But we want you to think of it as your personal style shop. Because once we've fitted you with a pair of my marvelous spectacles, you become family. Many of our clients return again and again as they evolve their look or collect frames that express different aspects of their personality. Once we get to know each other, we can't help being on the lookout for your next great images statement.

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Family has special meaning to me, because I'm living proof that the family you choose means as much as the one you're born into. I was raised in Nebraska by a family who chose me when I was just three months old. They always encourage me to be myself, and early on I channeled my personal expression through theatre and fashion. As a young adult I realized the world was much bigger than the Midwest and began to yearn for something more.

Zac Cooper

I moved to Seattle in 2012 and the moment I set foot in Seattle- Uptown to be exact- I knew I was home. Being part of such a vibrant, expressive community gave me the boost I needed to pursue my love of personal aesthetics. This launched me on my optical career, and I began my apprenticeship with some of Seattle's iconic optical shops.

I am always excited to take the time to get to know our clients and understand what their wants and needs are and still be able to show eyewear that push the envelope ever so slightly.

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I was born on the east coast and started my journey in life in New Jersey, shortly after I moved to Florida where I spent a large portion of my younger life. After traveling to Thailand and seeing what else the world has to offer, I knew coming back to the states I needed a change. On blind faith, I changed my return flight from Florida to Seattle. Moving to a new city I had never been to, only knowing 2 people and getting an opportunity to find out who I was as a person, I was excited to start the next chapter in my life.

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Finding my niche in high-end fashion and having the ability to explore and express myself, I quickly became a high fashion enthusiast with a knack for project coordination and a heart full of wanderlust. In 2023 I fell in love unexpectedly and knew my life was going to change. Within 6 months I found myself married and became a step-dad to an amazing 8 year old girl. As one chapter closed, another opened. It didn’t take long for me to find and fall in love with the optical world focusing on the fashion side. Working next to Zac and making this business exciting and connecting with the community and helping clients find eyewear that they need and love has been exciting and I am so excited to see where it goes.

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Dr. Maiti grew up in Richland, Washington, completed her BS in Biology at the University of Washington in 2009, and her Doctorate of Optometry at UC Berkeley in 2014. She enjoys volunteering as a vision director of local organizations Seattle/King County Clinic and Uplift Northwest, and mentors high school students interested in eyecare through Project InSight. She is a member of the Optometric Physicians of Washington’s Diversity, Inclusion, Access task force, sits on the editorial boards of Eyes on Eyecare and the Journal of Dry Eye and Ocular Surface Disease, and was named one of Vision Monday’s

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 most influential women in optical for 2021 and one of UCBSO’s inaugural “40 under 40” in 2023.In addition to primary eyecare she works in ocular surface disease clinical research, actively writes and lectures, and has been featured in a number of eye care publications, podcasts, and webinars. She spends her free time crocheting, sewing, writing satire, playing with her dachshund-mix Kali, and sharing her love for all things eyeball related on her optometry instagram account, @dr.maitiseyeballsandstuff.

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Zac Cooper

 

Family has special meaning to me, because I'm living proof that the family you choose means as much as the one you're born into. I was raised in Nebraska by a family who chose me when I was just three months old. They always encourage me to be myself, and early on I channeled my personal expression through theatre and fashion. As a young adult I realized the world was much bigger than the Midwest and began to yearn for something more.
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I moved to Seattle in 2012 and the moment I set foot in Seattle- Uptown to be exact- I knew I was home. Being part of such a vibrant, expressive community gave me the boost I needed to pursue my love of personal aesthetics. This launched me on my optical career, and I began my apprenticeship with some of Seattle's iconic optical shops.

I am always excited to take the time to get to know our clients and understand what their wants and needs are and still be able to show eyewear that push the envelope ever so slightly.

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Dr. Maiti

Dr. Maiti grew up in Richland, Washington, completed her BS in Biology at the University of Washington in 2009, and her Doctorate of Optometry at UC Berkeley in 2014. She enjoys volunteering as a vision director of local organizations Seattle/King County Clinic and Uplift Northwest, and mentors high school students interested in eyecare through Project InSight. She is a member of the Optometric Physicians of Washington’s Diversity, Inclusion, Access task force, sits on the editorial boards of Eyes on Eyecare and the Journal of Dry Eye and Ocular Surface Disease, and was named one of Vision Monday’s  most influential women in optical for 2021 and one of UCBSO’s inaugural “40 under 40” in 2023.In addition to primary eyecare she works in ocular surface disease clinical research, actively writes and lectures, and has been featured in a number of eye care publications, podcasts, and webinars. She spends her free time crocheting, sewing, writing satire, playing with her dachshund-mix Kali, and sharing her love for all things eyeball related on her optometry instagram account, @dr.maitiseyeballsandstuff.

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