Mark F. Erickson aka Đỗ Văn Hùng is the author of the photobook Other Streets: Scenes from a Life in Vietnam not Lived. Other Streets has been exhibited at the L.A. Center of Photography, the Davis Orton Gallery, the Griffin Museum of Photography, and Evergreen Valley College. He has been profiled in The Photobook Journal, diaCRITICS: the arts & culture of the Vietnamese and SE Asian diaspora, VVA (Vietnam Veterans of America) Books, Chopsticks Alley, and Harvard Magazine.
Selected works from his upcoming book Dorchester will be exhibited at the Maison de l'air in Paris in November and Hanoi in March.
Đỗ Văn Hùng was born in Saigon in 1972, separated from his Vietnamese family in 1974, and evacuated by the Americans as part of Operation Babylift at the end of the Vietnam War in 1975. He was adopted by an American family in western New York and renamed Mark F. Erickson. At Harvard College, he studied documentary photography with Chris Killip (United Kingdom) and David Goldblatt (South Africa). He currently works in New York City.