Joshua Brown from the Alaskan Bush People family received his nickname “Bam Bam” in honor of his grandfather who loved the fictional Flintstone character Bamm-Bamm Rubble. And just like Bamm-Bamm, who appeared as infant, as teenager, and as an adult in the animated television series, Joshua continues to draw viewers into the life of his Alaskan wilderness family with some magical powers. Joshua’s latest magic includes Allison Kagan, the Supervising Field Producer of Alaskan Bush People.

Joshua Brown’s Bam Bam characteristics

Joshua Brown, the second-born son of the Brown family living in the Alaskan outback, has always lived up to his name “Bam Bam” by being an energetic kid who was eager to see and explore everything.

Whether it was fishing, hunting or tracking something in the Alaskan bush, Joshua gave his family’s handed-down name a tremendous honor. Joshua was only one year old when his folks came to the Alaskan bush, and spending the first months of his life on board the family’s fishing boat in Alaska explains why Joshua Brown has learned to direct things and keep everyone on track.

When not filming life in the Alaskan wilderness with his people, Joshua loves reading, figuring out how things work, and he actually has a talent for electronics. As fans have witnessed during the past five seasons of Alaskan Bush People, Joshua Bam Bam Brown is a freethinker and much more solitary than talkative Matt or any of his other siblings.

However, Joshua Brown has one constant companion who helps him capture the world around him – his camera.

The secret of Joshua Brown and Allison Kagan

Understanding Joshua Brown’s “Bam Bam” characteristics might help Alaskan Bush People fans understand that it is absolutely no surprise that when the second-oldest child of the Brown family was in New York for the past three weeks, he had another companion in addition to his camera – Allison Kagan.

Of course, photos can say more than any words. However, it is worth pointing out how utterly happy Joshua Brown looks in the company of Allison Kagan. As RailingKill recently reported, fans are convinced that the two are a serious item and might have even secretly gotten married.

Judging from Joshua Brown’s ring finger, that is certainly a possibility.

However, according to Joshua Bam Bam Brown’s fan Facebook page, viewers won’t know the truth until season 6 of Alaskan Bush People airs.

So who is Allison Kagan?

Allison Kagan is no stranger to the Brown family living in the Alaskan outback. According to her credentials, she is the current Supervising Field Producer at Discovery Communications for the reality television show. In the past, Kagan (aka Alli) has been a Series Producer at TLC, Series Producer at HGTV, Supervising Producer at BMG, Senior Producer at MTV Networks, and Series Producer at OWN. Allison Kagan graduated from the State University of New York at Albany and her awards include Emmy Award nominations in Educational Programming, the Producers Guild of America, and National Press Photographers.

Allison Kagan has three credits as Director of Alaskan Bush People, and she has been the Supervising Field Producer of the show for the 2015 and 2016 episodes. Quite interestingly, Allison has numerous credits in the camera and the electronics department for other shows like 16 and Pregnant, Teen Mom, and Teen Mom 2.

Quite obviously, Joshua Brown’s "Bam Bam" characteristics and Allison Kagan’s professional experience make for a perfect match. Whether or not the relationship between Allison Kagan and Joshua Brown and a potential nuptial will be part of Alaskan Bush People Season 6, viewers will have to find out for themselves.

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