I AP DS and work. There is no reason in the world this can't work.
First, find a good daycare. I have only ever used an in-home daycare, but when comparing my experiences to my sister's, who uses a commercial DCP, it seems like in-home provides a better opportunity for AP. My DCP did things like babywear, EC, BLW, CD, etc. She doesn't leave my son to cry. In short, I love her.
Then, buy yourself a really good pump. I have a Medela Freestyle. It's hands-free and cordless. It makes it easy to pump several times a day at work, which is what I did until he turned one. Then we continued to nurse when we were together until 16 months when he weaned. I only sent BM to DC, so if you ask me, my kid WAS EBF.
Also, I recommend bed-sharing. I didn't think I would do this, and didn't until DS was bigger (he was preemie), so maybe around 2 or 3 months. But this gave us closeness all night that made it easier to leave in the morning. DS was at least part time bedsharing until 9 months or so when he started STTN in his crib.
Finally, get your DH to drop LO at DC. Makes mornings that much easier.