Meet Our Doctors


Dr. Michael S. McCown


Dr. Michael S. McCown



Dr. McCown grew up in Soldotna, Alaska. He did his undergraduate coursework at the University of Washington  and attended Graduate School at Pacific University College of Optometry in Oregon. He began his optometric career in Sequim, Washington, in 1990 and came to Silverdale in 1993. There, with his partners, he helped 20/20 Eyecare expand to five locations.

Dr. McCown enjoys helping people experience life with clarity.  He is passionate about reviewing  eye health images with each patient . He also likes a challenging contact lens fit and a good, clean joke.
He is a past president of the Optometric Physicians of Washington.  He and his wife Debbie have four grown sons, are active in their local church, and enjoy kayaking together.  



Dr. Jon WillemsDr. Jon Willems



 Dr. Willems was born in California to a family of educators, and after graduating from UC Davis and Pacific University in 1990, he uses that background to educate patients about their vision and how best to maximize their visual potential.


Dr. Willems has practiced in the county since 1990 and joined Dr. McCown in his Vashon practice in 2000, becoming a partner in both Vashon and Silverdale in 2003.


 He and his wife have two fun-loving children, Johnny and Selma, who are always ready for adventure.


Dr. Willem's skills at diagnosing visual conditions combine well with his goal of helping every patient preserve and enhance the gift of sight.


Dr. John J. Mayes

 Dr. John J. Mayes



Dr. Mayes grew up in Issaquah, Washington, and attended Carroll College in Helena, Montana. After receiving his BA in Biology at Carrol College, he attended The New England College of Optometry in Boston, Massachusetts.


While at school, Dr. Mayes was recognized for his excellence in ocular disease management and pediatrics.


Dr. Mayes joined 20/20 Eyecare Centers in December 2006. He enjoys taking the time to talk with patients about their ocular conditions and has a specialized interest in dry eye management, diabetic retinal disease, and emergency eye care.


When not at the office Dr. Mayes enjoys traveling, biking, and time spent with his wife, twin daughters and son.



Dr. Mitchell D. Brockett


Dr. Brockett has made it his personal goal to individualize, as well as personalize, eye care services for each patient who enters his offices. He feels that a strong patient-doctor partnership is built through effective communication.   He takes the time to understand his patients so he can identify distinct eye care needs and maximize patient care.


He is an active member of the American Optometric Association where he engages in continuing educational training throughout the year where he seeks to share new medical options for his patients while refining current services.  


An active member in the community, Dr. Brockett provides strengthening support through Rotary service and local recreational sports clubs.   In the past, Dr. Brockett has been a part of a team of doctors who have delivered humanitarian services to a third world country, and with limited resources, brought the gift of vision to many.


Dr. Brockett earned his doctoral degree from Pacific University in 2001, but don't let that fool you.   His blood runs crimson and gray; he received his Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Washington State University.    In 2001 he joined 20/20 Eyecare Center where he, along with his family, made Kitsap County their permanent home.


Dr. Brockett looks forward to helping you maintain healthy eyes and achieve great vision.

Dr. Anthony Lopez



Dr. Lopez grew up in Gig Harbor, WA. After high school, he lived as a missionary in Nicaragua for two years. He received his Bachelor's degree in Biology from Brigham Young University – Idaho. He then went on to receive his Doctorate in Optometry from the University of Missouri in St. Louis College of Optometry. After practicing in Spokane for a little while, he and his wife decided that they wanted to be even closer to family and returned to Western Washington.


When not at work enjoying time with his patients, Dr. Lopez is taking every moment possible to spend time with his wife and their four children. In his free time, Dr. Lopez enjoys watching and critiquing movies, learning songs on various instruments, and playing any sport he can. He also enjoys hiking, camping, and anything in the water. He and his family absolutely love the mountains, the waters, and the trees in the area and they are grateful to be here.


 Dr. Lopez is fluent in conversational Spanish and he hopes to use that tool by visiting other countries to perform eye exams on those that would not have the means otherwise. He loves being an Optometrist and spending one on one time with others getting to know them. Likewise, he considers it a privilege to spend his days helping others obtain clearer vision and managing the health of their eyes.



Dr. Jason Walston


Dr. Walston grew up in Western Kentucky and is an experienced Doctor of Optometry. He received his Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Kentucky in 2000, and his Doctor of Optometry degree from Indiana University School of Optometry in 2005. He is also a member of the American Optometric Association.


Dr. Walston is a primary care eye physician who has received extensive training in fitting specialty contact lenses, pediatric vision therapy, diagnosing and treating sight threatening ocular disease, and co-managing refractive and other surgical procedures. He especially enjoys the challenge of revealing problems that a patient never knew they had and is committed to improving the quality of life of his patients and preserve ocular health for a lifetime.


He moved to the Pacific Northwest with his wife and two boys to be closer to family and to take advantage of all the exciting outdoor activities the area has to offer. In his spare time he enjoys playing golf, disc golf, fishing, and watching UK basketball with his family. He would welcome any recommendations on local restaurants, hikes, or things to do and see in the area.