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After studying advertising design at Syracuse University and Saint Martin's School of Art and Design in London, Bernard moved to New York and found a job as a "cruise director" on the 1994 Lollapalooza music tour festival. It was there that he first met and befriended the Beastie Boys, who allowed him to direct the video for their song "Root Down'" in 1995. This proved to be a jump-off point for his career, leading immediately to his direction of music videos for other bands, including several acts on the Beastie Boys' own Grand Royal record label. Since then he has continued to direct music videos, but has also branched out into commercials, directing televisions ads for companies like Toyota, Puma and Red Stripe. In 1996, he acted as a cinematographer for the film Free Tibet, a documentary about the first Tibetan Freedom Concert in San Francisco, which was organized by Beastie Boys member Adam Yauch (MCA) in order to raise awareness plight of people in Tibet.
In June 2007, Bernard released Pound, a short, two-minute viral video onto the web to rather successful results. The video depicts two friends who meet on the street and greet each other by engaging in an impressively long and complex handshake and once its completed, say goodbye by starting another minute-long handshake.
Bernard was mentioned in the Beastie Boys top 10 hit "Get It Together" with the lyrics "drive the lane like I was Evan Bernard".
- Pound (2007) - director
- Free Tibet (1998) - cinematographer 
- Red Army - Puma and Foot Locker
- Last Chance Tragedy - Prudential
- Woof - Virgin Radio
- Encore - Chicago Music Exchange
- Sasquatch - Toyota
- Snog - Hula Hoops
- Red Stripe
- X-Large Action Suit
- The Beastie Boys - "Root Down" (Version 1)
- The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - "Flavor"
- Ruth Ruth - "Uninvited"
- Butter 08 - "Butter of '69"
- Cibo Matto - "Know Your Chicken"
- The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - "2 Kinds of Love"
- Bis - "Tell it to the Kids"
- Buffalo Daughter - "Great Five Lakes"
- OMC - "I Love L.A."
- Rancid - "The Harder They Come (live)"
- The Lemonheads - "The Outdoor Type"
- Violent Femmes - "Blister in the Sun"
- BTK - '"Peppyrock"
- The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - "Talk About the Blues"
- Josh Wink, featuring the Interpreters - "Simple Man"
- Les Rythmes Digitales - "(Hey You) What's That Sound?"
- Money Mark - "Maybe I'm Dead"
- Money Mark - "Hand in Your Head"
- New Radicals - "You Get What You Give"
- Ozomatli - "Cut Chemist Suite"
- Basement Jaxx - "Rendez-Vu"
- Ben Folds Five - "Army"
- Cassius - "Feeling for You"
- Dangerman - "Let's Make a Deal"
- Dixie Chicks - "Ready to Run"
- Green Day - "Nice Guys Finish Last"
- Harvey Danger - "Save it for Later"
- Bad Religion - "New America"
- Dixie Chicks - "Goodbye Earl"
- Dynamite Hack - "Boyz in the Hood"
- Green Day - "Minority"
- Lit - "Miserable"
- Robbie Williams & Queen - "We Are the Champions"
- Soulwax - "Much Against Everyone's Advice"
- Tarsha Vega - "Be Ya Self"
- Titán - "Corazon" (Version 2)
- Rancid featuring Rob Aston - "Red Hot Moon"
- Triumph the Insult Comic Dog - "I Keed"
- D.J. D.J. - "Transplants"