Houston Photo Booth and Dj rental

About Us

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Why Choose Us?

We're a member of the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce and have worked with the best in the business. We've helped hundreds of clients make their events memorable. Some of our regular customers include:


We have over 400 events under our belt. Texas DJs and Photo Booths has worked in all kinds of settings and knows the process. We are extremely punctual, and we know what it takes to give your guests an unforgettable experience. What else can you ask for?

Creative Vision, Style, Bold Imagery

We are fun to be around and easy going, a trait that is rare in business today. Your guests will love our quick wit and ability to find common ground with their lives. Did I mention we take great photos also?  When we do, we bring to life qualities often ignored by other photo booth companies.


We’ve worked in many settings and our photo booths have appeared in popular venues such as Beyonce's The House Of Dereon, and many others.  We are highly touted on Facebook and in the communities we serve. References are available upon request.

Photo booths aren’t just our job, they are our passion. Whether it’s a school event, family reunion, bar/bat mitzvah, quinceanera, wedding, birthday party, corporate or holiday event we want to be the company you always call on.

Texas DJs and Photo Booths is a family owned company proudly serving Houston and surrounding areas. We approach every event as if it were our own to ensure that your special day is a memorable one. We take pride in providing the best photo booth experience in the Houston area.

Here's What Some Of Our Clients Have To Say About Texas DJs And Photo Booths

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"I cannot tell you how much fun Sean made our event. His props are perfect and the pictures printed out faster than any other booth I have seen. Thanks Sean Strikethree Wolfson and team!"
Michelle Tucker Renfrow

"Sean does a great job and takes your event very seriously."
-Todd Ormond

"Great company! We have used them several times for parties and always ended up having them stay longer then we originally planned. It is funny to watch how everyone wants to get into the photo booth at parties. Highly recommend them for a great time at any event."
-Matthew Graham

"Sean & company did our wedding over 3 years ago and they made such an impact that we're still asked for references today. Thanks a ton Sean!"
-Jack Rubin

"It was fantastic, the guys did a great job and we will definitely use you again in the future and recommend you."
-Rob Nader

"Lauren did a great job. Party went really well. Thank you Sean!"
-Tony G. TD Ameritrade

Meet The Owners

Sean Wolfson

Sean Wolfson

In 1985, I was a little league phenom, award-winning student and all-American boy in Sugar Land, Texas. My dad, Bruce, an attorney in Houston, would joke about how my athletic prowess would take care of his retirement. But in the summer of 1986, I began exhibiting violent head twitches and facial grimaces that led to a diagnosis that would lengthen my path to professional sports.

I was diagnosed with Tourette syndrome, an involuntary movement disorder that at the time was known to only affect 1 in 8,000 males. These movements and vocalizations are known as "tics." My community and schools did their best to help, but the social damage was too much for me to handle.

I was asked to sit in the back of classrooms, put in rooms by myself all day to do my school work, teased and made fun of. In high school, the counselor actually assigned me to a classroom for English that was attached to the library. The librarians were furious and made my life miserable. At times my arms would flare out, hitting other people. I even wore a neck brace to diminish some of the pain from the violent head-jerking.

I was one of the first Tourette's patients to have Botox injections — in my eyelids — to slow down the rapid eye twitching. The medications I was put on made me gain 80 pounds in three years and made my legs feel like lead weights. I disappeared from social activities until about age 17, when I started coaching and officiating youth sports in an effort to "be somebody."

In 1997, at age 21, Houston Astros outfielder Kevin Bass suggested I take my passion for the game to MLB umpire school, which I did. I attended Brinkman Froemming Professional Umpires School. After graduating, I began to umpire high school baseball in the Houston area, and I also picked up officiating basketball that same year. Struggling with learning how to function in society, I had social issues with coaches and others that hindered my career as an official.

A few years ago, I caught up socially and started really excelling as an official. I also started Photo Booth Rentals of Houston, which took the edge off financially and allowed me to focus on enjoying the game versus doing it for an income. That change led to an amazing comeback that has pitted me as officiating coordinator for the first professional basketball organization in Sugar Land history, the Sugar Land Legends of the American Basketball League.

Sean Wolfson

Last year, I also met Marty Bauer, the umpire coordinator of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. Marty invited me to a tryout this March in Florida. I worked hard and impressed Marty enough to earn my first professional baseball assignment as a fill-in on June 3 in Sugar Land. It was a dream come true as many family and friends came out to support me as they have all these years. 20 years from my first umpiring job, I finally made it all the way back to where I belonged.

"How strong of a guy Sean has to be to put himself in one of the most stressful jobs in the world in front of thousands of people," my business partner and best friend Dominguez Dykeman said. "I mean, you just have to root for the guy. He's a winner."

Sean Wolfson

I continue to umpire youth ball because I never want to get bigger than the game. I don't care what level I call, what position I am or what color shirt we wear. Just don't sit me on the bench. Put me on the field.

There is no known cure for Tourette's and many other chronic illnesses. However, a lot of people succeed partly because of a high level of belief in themselves. I hope people see me as an inspiration to others who are going through hard times in life. I hope they say, "If he can do something like this, then I can make it through what I'm going through also."

Dominguez and Kym Dykeman

Dominguez is a graduate of Spring HS and a proud Cougar Alum!! Married to his beautiful wife Kym, also a Spring HS grad. The two married right out of High school. They have 2 sons, Duke 25 and Kyle 19. Dominguez has been heavily involved in both boys' baseball careers, serving as the Klein Collins HS baseball booster club President and First Colony Little League field maintenance supervisor. He has been involved in every facet of baseball including umpiring with his partner Sean, and the two like to get away to Louisiana for some casino action when time allows.

Kym is a surgical eye nurse and has a successful embroidery business on the side. She is heavily involved in the day to day operations of Texas DJs and Photo Booths, making sure Dominguez and Sean keep things running smoothly :-) Kym enjoys craft shows, hanging out with family, and watching Kyle play college baseball in the Dallas, TX area.

Meet The Team

Tim Corwin - Photo Booth Jockey

Tim is originally from Waco and a huge Baylor Bears fan. His oldest daughter, Alex, has decided to follow the family legacy and attend Baylor this year. Tim is currently a manager at Bass Pro Shops and officiates high school and pro-basketball part time. Tim is a hard working, dependable asset to the business and we are excited to have him on board.

Our DJs:

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To schedule an unforgettable photo booth experience, call Sean Wolfson at 281-732-7808 or Dominguez Dykeman at 832-642-5761.

Texas DJs and Photo Booths is an entertainment rental company servicing the greater Houston and Sugar Land areas.
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