There’s a distinct sense of freedom that comes from working from home: commute-free, conference room-free, and occasionally pants-free living. But it’s also a major adjustment from the conveniences of an office. ”Working from home collapses so many issues onto themselves,” says Zachary Yorke. “You’re multitasking in physical and digital spaces, managing personal and professional relationships, and staying connected with your team, often all at once.” For nearly six years, Yorke has been studying the ways remote workers navigate the systems set up to make their lives easier, from video conferencing to digital whiteboarding. The tech has made incredible advances but being a remote employee is, quite simply, a lot. Here, Yorke and five more Googlers from across the USA offer snapshots of their day-to-day, out of the office, as rendered by collage artist Fenna Fiction.