Xolin Media is a Chicago-based multimedia company of Colin Lenehan.
Colin has loved music ever since his introduction to piano at the age of 6 and cello at 11. He produced his first album as a high school sophomore in 2002 under the pseudonym "Xolin" (pronounced ZOL-in). Since then, Colin has self-produced 6 additional albums.
After graduating from high school in 2005, Colin lived with a host family in Costa Rica while volunteering at a butterfly farm from February to August 2006. Within the first three months of total immersion, he was conversationally fluent in Spanish.
While attending Columbia College Chicago, Colin acquired a myriad of audio skills, including microphone placement and effective music mixing. Thanks to a summer internship with a local film company, he also discovered a passion for film sound, both location and post.