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The following webpage contains information about the Wedding of MikaMatsuzaki and BenjaminMakoHill.

The two were married on May 29, 2006 in Somerville, Massachusetts (it wasn't actually in Cambridge, but it was very close). Justice of the Peace and Oxford University professor of "cyberlaw," Jonathan Zittrain officiated at the ceremony.

You can read the WeddingInCambridgeInvitation for information on what the ceremony was like.

Photographs

If you attended the wedding, please add links to your images online in this section.

* Paul Rice's photos (Small selection of the best).
* Photos by Dustin Smith and Paul Rice
* Hyemin Chung's photos
* Ari Pollak's pictures of after the wedding along the Charles river
* Shunling Chen's photos

Guest Book

If you want to leave us a note, you can add that to the WeddingNotes page. However, we'd also really like hardcopy versions in the form of cards and postcards. Information on sending those is on the main WeddingWiki page.

Thanks

Thanks go to Jonathan Zittrain for officiating, to Samuel Klein for organizing the parade, to Paul Rice and Greg Pomerantz for taking lots of photographs, to Chris C for bringing musical instruments, to everyone who traveled from out of town (especially Malcolm Purinton who hiked 36 miles in two days to get here), and to everyone that made it out and created a fantastic and memorable wedding.

Special thanks go to Alana Lafferty and to Andres Salomon. Alana lent not only the space to host the wedding but a huge amount of her time in buying the food, setting up, and more. Andres helped throughout the whole process by shopping, driving us around, and setting up. We couldn't have had such a successful wedding without the two of them.