Photek has been hired by various law enforcement agencies, including the New York Police Department (NYPD), U.S. Attorney's Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Law firms, national research organizations and major companies and universities have also employed Photek's services.
Glickman has even provided digital imaging services for The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR).
His assignment: to search for clues that might help explain the mysterious disappearance of Amelia Earhart, whose airplane was lost over the South Pacific approximately 60 years ago. After reconstructing and examining a 58-year-old film of Earhart's plane, the Photek team discovered proof that supported TIGHAR's theory: Earhart lost her receiving antenna on takeoff which had been there only moments before. This revelation helped explain why Earhart lost radio contact with the Itasca, a Coast Guard cutter assigned to help her navigate the endless waters of the South Pacific. Today Photek is helping TIGHAR determine where Earhart's plane went down. They suspect Nikumarora Island, formerly known as Gardner Island, located in the New Zealand-owned Fiji Islands.
Photek has also worked on several projects for the Academy of Applied Science.