Molecular reactivity is determined by the energy levels and spatial extent of the frontier orbitals. Orbital tomography based on angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy is an elegant method to study the electronic structure of organic adsorbates, however, it is conventionally restricted to systems with one single rotational domain. In this work, we extend orbital tomography to systems with multiple rotational domains. We characterise the hydrogen evolution catalyst Co-pyrphyrin on an Ag(110) substrate and compare it with the empty pyrphyrin ligand. In combination with low-energy electron diffraction and DFT simulations, we fully determine adsorption geometry and both energetics and spatial distributions of the valence electronic states. We find two states close to the Fermi level in Co-pyrphyrin with Co 3 d character that are not present in the empty ligand. In addition, we identify several energetically nearly equivalent adsorption geometries that are important for the understanding of the electronic structure. The ability to disentangle and fully elucidate multi-configurational systems renders orbital tomography much more useful to study realistic catalytic systems.