Siddharth Choudhary makes drawings, paintings and sculptures using a hybrid of digital and classical techniques. He works with new technologies such as computer drawings, 3D printing, and digital imaging as well as traditional painting. Choudhary has been leading a nomadic life. Over the past decade, he has lived in several countries across different continents. He distills his experiences to examine political, social and cultural dimensions of crisscrossing international borders. Choudhary has a wide range of artistic influences that include Philip Guston, Jean Dubuffet, Indian popular culture and folk art. Choudhary was born and raised in India. He has a bachelor’s degree in science from University of Delhi. He received an MVA in Studio Arts and Extended Media from Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2015. Choudhary has exhibited in the United States, Hong Kong, China, Switzerland and in India. Choudhary was a resident at Vermont Studio Centre, he received the Presidential Scholarship at Anderson Ranch Arts Centre, Hong Kong's Pure Art Foundation grant for the visual arts and Art Oxygen’s grant for public arts in Mumbai, India. He was the 1st runner up at the 2014 Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize. Choudhary lives and works outside of Boston, MA.