In his latest homestead update, Alaskan Bush People alum Matt Brown shares much of his new life – including his modest recording studio.
Say what you will about the many trials, tribulations, and theories about the Browns, but eldest son Matt is a true inspiration. The 38-year-old has been through hell and back, yet managed to pull himself – and his entire life – back from the ashes.
It may have taken completely separating himself from his own family (alongside the Discovery hit that made him famous), but it was clearly the right call. As fans know, Matt has been on the mend in 2021, and it’s fantastic to see his story helping so many others through similar struggles.
Such is the case with his latest life update via Instagram. There, the Alaskan Bush People vet chats it up for fans on everything from how busy harvest season has him on his working homestead to the state of his own house on the property. And thankfully, things are still looking bright for Matt, as he shares.
“All the leaves are changing. Isn’t it beautiful fall weather?” Brown offers after his trademark “hi friends” introduction. A thorough walkthrough of his home leads Matt to several topics, including his continuing “recovery program” that is helping the former Discovery star stay sober. His openness on the issue is a beacon for many, as is evident in the literal thousands of comments left on his uplifting, deeply personal videos.
Some have addiction issues like Matt. Others, like follower Heather, have different struggles that Brown helps them through nonetheless.
‘Alaskan Bush People’s Matt Brown Promises More YouTube Content for Fans
“Lovely to hear from you again,” Heather replies on Instagram. “I’m struggling a bit after my knee replacement, still in hospital can’t wait to get home, have a great day.”
For fans like Heather, Matt says he “wants to do more recovery-based videos,” but harvest has him “slacking” on them. He’s been busier than ever harvesting apples and other fruits & veggies from the homestead. Hopefully he knows no fan would ever hold this against him. Matt gets teary-eyed as he discusses his “shortcomings,” and it almost breaks your heart.
The Alaskan Bush People alum seems genuinely happy that his YouTube upstart is “doing really well,” however. He hopes to get these recovery videos up on the platform soon. For now, though, he’s working on a “wildlife video” that’s sure to be a hit with Outsiders once it goes live.
To this end, Matt shows off what he calls his modest “recording studio” in the middle of his living room.
“This is my little video setup!” he shares excitedly. As he goes through his SD cards, he makes his way to the trail cam he uses for hunting and capturing wildlife footage alongside the laptop he uses for editing. It’s a perfect example of how little it takes for someone with the passion, like Matt Brown, to get a great startup going.
“I hope everyone’s doing well out there,” he concludes. “And as always, God and Jesus bless us all,” he ends the video with his other trademark.
Here’s to much more content from the Alaskan Bush People vet in the future.